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Project profile: The Cyclorama at Ball State’s IDIA Lab

Our clients say it best: “Our experience in working with The Elumenati was fantastic – we found them to be a creative and visionary group, valuing equally the both science and aesthetic experience behind their innovative products. They were excited about collaborating with us to create a custom immersive solution to experience our clients’ VR projects across the arts, sciences, medicine and the humanities,” said John Fillwalk, IDIA Lab’s Director.

Read more about the custom-built 8m Cyclorama, covering 270° in a single screen, here. Using our fisheyes overhead greatly increases the shadow-free zone inside the space compared to multiple flatscreen projectors, so up to 40 people at a time can experience the Unity-based VR content the IDIA Lab is creating in collaboration with the History Channel, the Broad Museum, and more.