Save the Children GeoDome Theater

“At least one person from each group told me they had never had an experience with content like this before,” said Ian Carr, Save the Children’s Director of Technology Innovation.

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Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum

The museum uses its GeoDome Theater to promote the understanding of history, science and service, and its newly upgraded 6′ globe for interactive exploration of NASA’s Eyes.

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The Eye at the Aspen Ideas Festival

The Elumenati supplied an OmniFocus 30530 projection system and a custom-built, negative-pressure screen inside one of Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic domes. Our WorldViewer software drove the presentations — an interactive exploration of the ways in which humans and Earth systems are linked, with a focus on building resilience.

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NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory

JPL’s GeoDome Theater is the first to include Eyes on the Earth and Eyes on the Solar System, as well as Uniview and WorldViewer – the result of years of collaboration with The Elumenati.

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Metropolitan State University

The Metro Dome project at Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul, Minnesota will use their GeoDome Theater system in a variety of ways — including undergraduate education, community engagement, and other science outreach programs.

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Citilab

Citilab uses their GeoDome Theater in an outreach program with real-time presentations of climate change research, and was part of the COP15 international climate summit in 2009.

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Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium

The Owsley Brown II Portable Planetarium program, in a GeoDome Theater with Uniview and WorldViewer, launched in 2012.

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American Museum of Natural History

AMNH’s GeoDome Theater will complement programming in the Hayden Planetarium, where Uniview was developed as a collaboration between NASA, AMNH, and SCISS.

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University of Minnesota Duluth – GeoDome Theater

University of Minnesota Duluth’s Marshal W. Alworth Planetarium chose the GeoDome Theater system for their new portable planetarium outreach program launching September 30, 2015. A substantial donation from the Charles L. Matsch Estate aided the funding effort for acquisition of this system. The GeoDome Theater will be named in honor of the donor. The system […]

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Caribbean University

The GeoDome Network expanded to include Puerto Rico when Caribbean University’s Bayamon campus acquired a GeoDome Theater. They’ll be using it for an astronomy education outreach program in public schools. In the GeoDome, DomeView Pro enables them to use a range of astronomy software platforms including Stellarium, Celestia, and Starry Night. They can also play […]

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NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

NASA Marshall acquired a Geodome Theater with Uniview in 2010.

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The Whidbey GeoDome Project

In 2011 and 2012, thousands of people experienced Whidbey’s GeoDome Theater at its inaugural event at the Next Fifty, a six-month celebration of the anniversary of the World’s Fair in Seattle.

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AARNet

AARNet, Australia’s Academic and Research Network, uses a GeoDome Theater with Uniview as part of their mission to bring high-speed broadband experiences to schools to revolutionalise the 21st century curriculum.

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University of Toronto

Upgraded in 2017 to 4K projection, a GeoDome Theater is the University of Toronto’s main planetarium, with live astronomy shows using WorldViewer and Uniview.

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North Carolina Museum of Natural Science

The NCMNS GeoDome showcases a real-time presentation that inspires teens ages 12-17 to understand the effects of climate change on marine mammals and inspires them be part of the solution.

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