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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GeoDome Cyclorama at Ball State University’s IDIA Lab

In a custom 8m Cyclorama with a single 270° screen, audiences explore IDIA Labs’ Unity-based VR projects across the arts, sciences, medicine and the humanities.

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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.

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The Bell Museum – Gateway to the Universe

The Panorama is part of an exhibit that tells the story of Life in the Universe. Using Leap Motion and WorldViewer, we created a custom application to kick off guests’ interactive experiences.

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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.

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Lake County Forest Preserves’ Lobby Screen

Museum visitors interact with information on a custom-designed lobby display lit by edge-blended projectors, with content driven by WorldViewer.

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Elumenati’s evolution in the VR world – new Cyclorama video

Hey, we made a video! Our co-founder, D’nardo Colucci, narrates the evolution of The Elumenati and VR technologies.

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Neurological Rehabilitation VR

The Neurological Rehabilitation VR project is using a customized GeoDome Panorama with their OptiTrack Motion Tracking system.

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Cyclorama at Virginia Tech

32′ in diameter, the Cyclorama features four edge-blended OmniFocus projectors with laser light engines. WorldViewer delivers 120 Hz stereo content at 4K resolution per screen from a single rack mount computer.

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Immersion Theater at the Aldo Leopold Nature Center

One of our most versatile installations — featuring the full complement of immersive software for Earth and space science — this dynamic theater engages visitors in seamless interactive tours.

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Children’s Pain, Palliative and Integrative Medicine Clinic

Developed through a collaboration with U+B Architecture and Design and hospital staff, this unique projection wall creates a sensory escape for patients as they use the Kinect to create patterns that imitate the natural flow of ripples and currents in water.

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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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21st Century 3D Cyclorama

We designed a 360-degree panorama, 42 ft in diameter and 16 ft high. Four OmniFocus 600 series projectors filled the space with active stereo content at 4k resolution, all running on a single PC through an Omnity-based software solution.

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The Field Museum

The Cave Art interactive installation uses Wii controllers inside our open dome and projection system to teach museum visitors the theories of cave art.

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RISE ABOVE Traveling Exhibit

RISE ABOVE is a unique traveling exhibit housed in a 53’-long customized trailer with sides that slide out to create a 30-seat theater with a 180-degree panoramic screen.

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