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.

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See you at ASTC!

We’re showcasing OpenSpace in our 360° Cyclorama this week in Toronto, in collaboration with AMNH. OpenSpace is a key part of the astronomy version of our Open Playground, an extension of WorldViewer that lets GeoDome clients launch multiple applications from a single user interface.

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OpenSpace at The Lunar & Planetary Science Conference

  We are excited to partner with the American Museum of Natural History at the 2019 Lunar & Planetary Science Conference to showcase OpenSpace, a NASA-supported open-source data visualization software that lets audiences interact with a range of space science topics. We’re exhibiting a GeoDome Panorama with a 4.5m screen, featuring an OmniFocus 30500 projection system with 2560 x 1600 resolution at 5,000 […]

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GeoDome Evolver … evolves

Our GeoDome Evolver system is living up to its name as we continue to expand our offerings for large domes and planetariums. As always, our goal is to make our systems as efficient as they are elegant. These new options incorporate emerging technologies to keep costs down for both system maintenance and content creation – […]

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Two GeoDomes – Theater and Globe – at the American Astronomical Society conference

We’ve been invited to bring two GeoDome systems to the American Astronomical Society conference this week in DC. We’ll be in Booth 200 with a GeoDome Theater, showcasing World Wide Telescope and the newly available OpenSpace platform – both enabled for dome display with WorldViewer. On the way in, attendees will interact with our GeoDome […]

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Real-time multi-channel projection at the Immersive Film Festival in Portugal

An Elumenati and Vioso collaboration bring real-time elements and live performance to the 12m dome at the Immersive Film Festival 2017. Our Omnity and WorldViewer software platforms work with Vioso’s Anyblend to enable multi-channel projection of live input, real-time applications and multimedia mashups. Our platforms provide native geometry correction and blending within the Unity game engine, for higher fidelity than typical mesh warping. Another unique feature […]

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Bell Museum’s Exploradome – the original GeoDome Theater – upgrades after 11 years in the field!

  “The final time we used the original Minnesota Planetarium Society/Bell Museum ExploraDome was at the MN State Fair, August 24 2017, after approximately 1,013 days in use! We did not retire it out of necessity. This one could have kept going for who knows how long!” — Sally Brummel, Planetarium Director for the Bell […]

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GeoDome Network sites join international domecast event

Members of the GeoDome network joined more than twenty sites around the US and beyond in a live domecast hosted by the Adler Planetarium.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The All-Seeing Eye: Elumenati 2013 Wrap-up Newsletter

Here’s hoping 2013 was as good a year for you as it was for us!

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The Worldviews Network at AMNH: “Earth, Migrations, and the Human Effect”

Immersively explore the patterns of life on Earth in AMNH’s Hayden Planetarium, December 18 at 7pm.

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Lighting it up at GLPA with Eyes on the Solar System

At GLPA, we’re lighting a sphere in our booth and then a 9m planetarium with the same Omnifocus 200 series projection system. We’re launching our dome-enabled version of NASA JPL’s Eyes on the Solar System.

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