GeoDome Globes and Magic Planet Upgrades
Our globe solutions range from portable systems well under $40,000 to large-scale dual-projector solutions, all with unparalleled image quality and efficiency. New systems and upgrades to Magic Planets available.
Introducing the OmniFocus 300 series
Our new fisheye design features an improved optical design for both 4K and 8K projectors, from accessibly priced entry-level systems to top-tier solutions – all with the option of a 90-degree folded lens for low-profile installations.
GeoDome Globe showcased at Innovation to Impact Forum
A GeoDome Globe captured the attention of visiting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, as part of an exhibit showcasing innovative US and Saudi collaborations in STEM education, advanced research, and entrepreneurship. The crown prince was visiting the Innovation to Impact Forum at MIT on March 24, where he was briefed on the industrial innovations […]
See you at AAM!
We’ll be in Booth 8053E of the Federal Pavilion with our partners at JPL, using our 2′ digital video globe to showcase NASA’s Eyes platforms.
See you at AAS!
We’ll be in Booth 109 at the American Astronomical Society Annual Meeting, January 4-8 in Kissimee, FL. Stop by and check out our full range of software platforms for interactive space exploration.
The All-Seeing Eye — Technology Edition
Immersion and virtual reality are at the forefront of media and technology today. Read about our continuing innovations in November’s newsletter.
The All-Seeing Eye — Science Edition
We were at ASTC last week, featuring one of our digital video globes with the full complement of Elumenati interactive software ~ See what else we’ve been up to in October’s newsletter.
OmniFocus 4K laser projection at SEPA
OmniFocus lenses will light up both the planetarium dome – with our new 4K projection system – and the Elumenati digital video globe in our booth at SEPA, June 23-27.
See you at ASTC!
We’ll be in Booth 110 with a Cobra Panorama, a Magic Planet, and the latest data-driven content for immersive environments.
Elumenati and Eyes in NASA Spinoff magazine
A profile of our collaboration with NASA JPL to bring Eyes on the Earth, Solar System and Exoplanets into domes and spheres using Omnity. Thanks NASA!