IMERSA Summit 2013

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February 14, 2013
February 17, 2013
Dan Neafus
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October 18, 2012
Denver Museum of Nature & Science
2001 Colorado Boulevard, Denver, CO, 80205, United States
Event Type:
Meeting Workshop


The Denver Museum of Nature & Science will again be the main venue for the IMERSA Summit and Fulldome workshops.

The 2013 event will include 3 days of professional development workshops for producers (all levels of experience), 13-15 February (Wed-Fri) which will transition to the 3-day Summit, 15-17 February (Fri-Sun).

Following the groundbreaking 2012 Summit people and companies active or aspiring to be active in special venue cinema, mainstream cinema, planetariums, science centers and themed entertainment will come together at IMERSA’s second independent Summit for a conversation about successful approaches for acquisition, workflow, distribution & exhibition. There will be fulldome film screenings in the Gates Planetarium, keynote speakers, panels, workshops, and vendor presentations.

The Summit promises to be a valuable conference, continuing the conversation between converging business sectors and taking the temperature of the industry with fulldome film showcases, technology sessions, the next phase of fulldome standards, abundant opportunities for networking and much more. Some student scholarships will be available.

Please watch the official website for details on registration, schedule and program. If you would like to be a sponsor, suggest a session or other program component, volunteer to assist with organizing or implementing the event or share other suggestions or inquiries, please get in touch with the organizers.

2013 IMERSA Summit      Tentative Agenda

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