California Science Center – Ecosystems Globe
OmniFocus projection powers a 6′ globe display in the California Science Center Ecosytems gallery. We’ve worked with the science center since 2013, keeping both the globe and content fresh with new exhibits built in WorldViewer.
The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum
In Exploring the Planets at the National Air and Space Museum, a globe and a panorama bring to life to the wonder of exploring our solar system and beyond, with datasets from NASA’s JPL.
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Earth Science Center
On the 4′ globe in the ESC, Eyes on the Earth is enabled for spherical display through Omnity and our dev collaboration with JPL. WorldViewer drives multiple displays through a single interface.
GeoDome Globes and Magic Planet Upgrades
In addition to GeoDome Globes, we offer upgrades for existing Magic Planet globe display systems. We’ve delivered OmniFocus projection technology and Elumenati support, driven by WorldViewer, for clients around the world since 2012.
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.
Product feature: GeoDome Globe (52500)
The 52500 is a high-resolution GeoDome Globe bright enough for trade show displays. Create group virtual reality experiences on the globe, exploring 360 video, interactive datasets from NASA and NOAA, and more.
ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration
A customized GeoDome Panorama and 6′ globe let SESE’s visitors interact with Earth and space science – from Earth’s geology to the Mars rover landing.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
The Earth Science Center at NASA JPL features an Elumenati digital video globe. We installed an OmniFocus dual-projector system in 2013, which runs the Eyes software platforms as well as Global Imagination’s StoryTeller® software.