- Recent Projects
- Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum
- Cyclorama at Virginia Tech
- Orlando Science Center
- Children’s Museum of Manhattan
- The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum
- Immersion Theater at the Aldo Leopold Nature Center
- Children’s Pain, Palliative and Integrative Medicine Clinic
- The Eye at the Aspen Ideas Festival
- Michigan Science Center Cobra Panorama
- Immersive Learning Lab
- Elumenati Digital Video Globes
- 21st Century 3D Cyclorama
- ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration
The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum
Project: Four Cobra Panoramas — Washington, DC — October 2015
Visitors to NASM – on the Mall in Washington, DC – can interactively explore real NASA mission data in four Elumenati Cobra Panoramas, driven by NASA JPL’s Eyes platforms. In the Orbital Vistas: The Earth from Space gallery, two systems use Eyes on the Earth to fly along with NASA’s fleet of Earth Science missions and explore our planet from a global perspective, with new data collected daily.
In the Exploring the Planets gallery, one Panorama features Eyes on the Solar System, for travel to the planets, their moons, asteroids, comets, and the spacecraft exploring them from 1950 to 2050. A second system features Eyes on Exoplanets, an immersive, real-time visualization of all planets that have been discovered around other stars.
We’ve collaborated on the Eyes project with NASA JPL’s dev team for several years now. Incorporating Omnity into the Eyes code base enables the platforms for display on domes, panoramas, and spheres. This marks our second project at NASM – their Magic Planet has been powered by an Elumenati OmniFocus projection system since 2014.