GeoDome Evolver at West Springfield High School

The planetarium at West Springfield High School is now a GeoDome Evolver for live interactive astronomy shows, with a 4K OmniFocus projection system and our Open Playground Astronomy extension for WorldViewer.

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Hubble Planetarium – Open Playground

We replaced a complex cluster system with WorldViewer’s Open Playground to launch a suite of astronomy applications, including OpenSpace.

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Mayo Planetarium – GeoDome Evolver

Mayo upgraded to a 4K laser projection system in 2019, along with WorldViewer’s Open Playground Astronomy extension.

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Minnesota Regional Planetarium Network

Active since 2006, the GeoDome Network is a group of educators who collaborate and share resources for Earth and space science education in every kind of GeoDome, with WorldViewer to drive a suite of astronomy applications.

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University of Minnesota Duluth – GeoDome Evolver

University of Minnesota Duluth’s Marshal W. Alworth Planetarium chose our 200 Series-based GeoDome Evolver system for facility upgrades during the summer of 2015. The GeoDome Evolver system is used primarily for their public outreach program. Traditional planetarium programs are offered in addition to touring the known Universe via Uniview. Alongside traditional programming the planetarium will […]

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Wauwatosa West High School

Wauwatosa West High School Planetarium chose our 200 Series based GeoDome Evolver system for their facility renovation effort during the summer of 2015. The GeoDome Evolver system is used primarily for K-12 astronomy education.  The Gary E. Sampson Planetarium serves on-campus students, the local school district schools, as well as schools from surrounding areas.  A […]

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Connecticut Science Center

At the Connecticut Science Center, students from school systems in the Hartford metro area are using WorldViewer to learn Earth science and astronomy, working in teams to create projects for final presentations on the dome. An OmniFocus 200 series projection system lights up the 9m planetarium dome, and content also includes Eyes on the Solar […]

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Seminole State College Planetarium

Seminole State’s OmniFocus 500 series projection system features WQXGA resolution.

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Minnesota State University Moorhead – GeoDome Evolver

MSUM complements their existing starball with a 30270 projection system and Uniview.

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University of Wisconsin at River Falls – GeoDome Evolver

UWRF is working with the UW-Madison Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center to bring new ways for students and community members to explore the universe.

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University of North Dakota – GeoDome Theater and Evolver

UND’s GeoDme Theater outreach program brings simulation into school-based science instruction, and their customized Evolver is used for both aerospace and astronomy education.

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University of Michigan Exhibit Museum Planetarium

As part of renovations to the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum Planetarium, a GeoDome Evolver replaced the original opto-mechanical starball system.

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Southwest Minnesota State University

With a digital projector and Uniview as well as a Spitz starball, SMSU hosts collaborative presentations as part of the Minnesota Regional Planetarium Network.

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Mankato East High School – GeoDome Evolver

Mankato East upgraded its 9m Spitz planetarium with the GeoDome Evolver, placing an OmniFocus projector behind the existing optomechanical system.

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Como Elementary School – GeoDome Evolver

Como Elementary School’s OmniFocus 200 series projector sits in front of the starball, updating traditional astronomy with the digital capabilities of WorldViewer’s Open Playground astronomy extension.

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