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.
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.
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.
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.”
, Instructional Technology Coordinator
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 […]
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.
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 […]
Seminole State College Planetarium
Seminole State’s OmniFocus 500 series projection system features WQXGA resolution.
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.
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
NASA Marshall acquired a Geodome Theater with Uniview in 2010.
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.
Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium
The Owsley Brown II Portable Planetarium program, in a GeoDome Theater with Uniview and WorldViewer, launched in 2012.
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.
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.
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.