The Whidbey GeoDome Project

In 2011 and 2012, thousands of people experienced Whidbey’s GeoDome Theater at its inaugural event at the Next Fifty, a six-month celebration of the anniversary of the World’s Fair in Seattle.

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MATC School of Media and Creative Arts

In the Computer Simulation and Gaming Department’s 4m Panorama and an OmniFocus 200 series projector, students develop interactive, immersive content with virtual fly-throughs of the city and more.

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RISE ABOVE Traveling Exhibit

RISE ABOVE is a unique traveling exhibit using OmniFocus projection, 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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Jackson Middle School Observatory – GeoDome Portal

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

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The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher

Wd built a custom interactive installation with OmniFocus projection for the Megalodon exhibit at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.

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AARNet

AARNet, Australia’s Academic and Research Network, uses a GeoDome Theater with Uniview as part of their mission to bring high-speed broadband experiences to schools to revolutionalise the 21st century curriculum.

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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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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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University of North Dakota – GeoDome Theater and Evolver

UND’s GeoDme Theater outreach program brings simulation into school-based science instruction, and their customized Evolver is used for both aerospace and astronomy education.

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Richard Stockton College

Richard Stockton College joined the GeoDome network in 2010 with a Theater. Their programming is based on Uniview and DomeView Pro.

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NOAA Ocean Education in GeoDome Theaters: Marine Mammals Institute

GeoDome Theaters help inspire teens to understand the effects of climate change on marine mammals and be part of the solution in a collaborative project between the NC Aquarium and NC Museum of Natural Sciences.

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NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

NASA Goddard’s GeoDome Theater provides programming at its visitor center and in outreach programs. In October 2009 NASA Goddard’s GeoDome was invited to be part of a Star Party hosted on the White House lawn.

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Journey Museum – GeoDome Theater

“Journey Into Space” is an outreach program that utilizes a GeoDome Theater to improve student, educator, and general public understanding of earth/space science and its relationship to NASA goals and objectives.

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Worldviews Network

This three-year project links a network of participating planetariums and GeoDomes across the country and create visualizations and programming that educate audiences about global change issues.

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Denver Museum of Nature and Science

This GeoDome Theater brings the “Great Space Escape” program, a tour of the night sky and the solar system using Uniview, to local schools.

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