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Elumenati’s Immersive Interactive Education Exhibit (I2E2) in ASU’s new interdisciplinary sciences building


The I2E2, an immersive environment designed by the Elumenati, is a featured exhibit in Arizona State University’s newest science building, the Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV. At the I2E2, visitors use a touchscreen to interactively explore Earth and space science on our 4m panorama, powered by a 200 series OmniFocus projection system. Staff at ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) use WorldViewer and WorldComposer to tell immersive, interactive stories of the cross-disciplinary work taking place there. Current WorldViewer content includes ASU’s fully interactive Virtual Field Trips of geological features around the Earth, as well as panoramic images of the surface of Mars from the recent Curiosity Rover landing. The I2E2 exhibit also features NASA JPL’s Eyes on the Solar System, a tool for interactive exploration of real-time NASA mission data, enabled for Elumenati immersive environments through our continuing relationship with NASA.

The I2E2 leverages the power of immersion and interactivity to help the ISTB4 achieve its mission of engaging the public and inspiring them to consider science in their futures. We at The Elumenati are glad to help! The ISTB4’s grand opening was held Wednesday, September 19.