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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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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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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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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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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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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Science Panorama at NCMNS

A kiosk with a custom user interface launches WorldViewer content in this immersive theater, with a 23’ panorama and OmniFocus 30530 projection system.

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Orlando Science Center

To illustrate how real world physics is interpreted in the virtual world, Orlando Science Center created an area featuring driving and flight simulators. Through the use of three Elumenati Cobra Panoramas attached to the simulators, visitors engage in an active exploration of the fundamentals of physics.

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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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Minnesota State University Moorhead

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

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Lehigh University

Lehigh’s GeoDome brings an outreach program to students and to families who visit the DaVinci Discovery Center of Science & Technology. It was also recently featured at a camp for students with autism.

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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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University of Wisconsin at River Falls

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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Jackson Middle School Observatory

A GeoDome Portal in the Observatory classroom welcomes about 125 students a day and hosts additional shows during evening hours.

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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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