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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Children’s Museum of Manhattan – America to Zanzibar

A GeoDome Panorama is part of the Children’s Museum of Manhattan’s America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far exhibition, using WorldViewer for a 3D exploration of mosque architecture from the Maldives to China.

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The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum – Cobra Panoramas

Visitors to The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum, on the Mall in Washington, DC.  can interactively explore real NASA mission data in four Elumenati Cobra Panoramas, driven by NASA JPL’s Eyes platforms. In the Orbital Vistas: The Earth from Space gallery, two systems use Eyes on the Earth to fly along with NASA’s fleet of Earth Science […]

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Magnopus

“As part of the Magnopus production pipeline, the GeoDome Panorama with a 4m screen, 500 Series lens, and 2.5k Barco projector has been an integral part of our workflow.” – Ben Grossmann, Co-founder

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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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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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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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Michigan Science Center Cobra Panorama

The Voyager display is an Elumenati Cobra Panorama system where visitors interact with NASA JPL’s “Eyes on Exoplanets” — NASA’s Exoplanet Archive, enabled for Elumenati immersive environments with our Omnity software.

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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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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.

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Immersive Learning Lab

“We were able to reach a wide variety of disciplines across grade levels – Special Ed, English Language Learners, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Math, Broadcast Communications and more. This flexibility is a HUGE selling point for school districts.”
Kathy Kraemer
, Instructional Technology Coordinator

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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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Digital Globes and Upgrades

We are now offering complete digital globe solutions, as well as upgrades for existing Magic Planets® – offering OmniFocus™ projection technologies and Elumenati support for clients around the world.

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