The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum – Globe and Panorama

In Exploring the Planets at the National Air and Space Museum, a globe and a panorama bring to life to the wonder of exploring our solar system and beyond, with datasets from NASA’s JPL.

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NASA JPL’s Earth Science Center

NASA JPL’s Earth Science center features a 4′ globe powered by an OmniFocus 200 series projection system. Eyes on the Earth is enabled for spherical display through Omnity and our dev collaboration with JPL. WorldViewer also drives multiple displays in the ESC through a single interface.

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The Bell Museum – Gateway to the Universe

A GeoDome Panorama is a part of the Bell Museum‘s permanent exhibit gallery Life in the Universe, which launched in July as part of their grand opening. “The panorama is part of an exhibit that tells the story of Life in the Universe–what makes Earth special for life, how astronomers are searching for life beyond […]

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Lake County Forest Preserves’ Lobby Screen

Museum visitors interact with information on a custom-designed lobby display lit by edge-blended projectors, with content driven by WorldViewer.

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Save the Children GeoDome Theater

“At least one person from each group told me they had never had an experience with content like this before,” said Ian Carr, Save the Children’s Director of Technology Innovation.

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Product feature: GeoDome Globe (52500)

The 52500 is a high-resolution GeoDome Globe bright enough for trade show displays. Create group virtual reality experiences on the globe, exploring 360 video, interactive datasets from NASA and NOAA, and more.

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Elumenati’s evolution in the VR world – new Cyclorama video

Hey, we made a video! Our co-founder, D’nardo Colucci, narrates the evolution of The Elumenati and VR technologies.

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Children’s Museum of Manhattan – Let’s Dance!

Children and families can dance along with world class dance companies in a GeoDome Portal with WorldViewer, in CMOM’s new Let’s Dance! exhibit.

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Neurological Rehabilitation VR

The Neurological Rehabilitation VR project is using a customized GeoDome Panorama with their OptiTrack Motion Tracking system.

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Asheville Museum of Science

AMOS’ GeoDome Panorama helps connect visitors to STEM education and the unique Western North Carolina landscape, using WorldViewer and NASA JPL’s Eyes.

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Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum

The museum uses its GeoDome Theater to promote the understanding of history, science and service, and its newly upgraded 6′ globe for interactive exploration of NASA’s Eyes.

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ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration

A customized GeoDome Panorama and 6′ globe let SESE’s visitors interact with Earth and space science – from Earth’s geology to the Mars rover landing.

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Digital Globes and Upgrades

We are now offering complete digital globe solutions, as well as upgrades for existing Magic Planets® – offering OmniFocus™ projection technologies and Elumenati support for clients around the world.

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The Eye at the Aspen Ideas Festival

The Elumenati supplied an OmniFocus 30530 projection system and a custom-built, negative-pressure screen inside one of Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic domes. Our WorldViewer software drove the presentations — an interactive exploration of the ways in which humans and Earth systems are linked, with a focus on building resilience.

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Children’s Pain, Palliative and Integrative Medicine Clinic

Developed through a collaboration with U+B Architecture and Design and hospital staff, this unique projection wall creates a sensory escape for patients as they use the Kinect to create patterns that imitate the natural flow of ripples and currents in water.

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