In 1950, the Museum’s Hayden Planetarium in New York City began accepting reservations for the first trip into space as part of a publicity campaign to promote its new exhibit on space exploration “Conquest of Space”. Over the next few years, hundreds of letters from would-be space travellers of all ages poured in in from […]
A new fulldome show was just added to FDDB, check it out: Dinosaur Passage to Pangea by Tandem Motion Picture Studio The first of its kind, this film was created in stop motion animation for the Full Dome and covers the USA’s National Science Earth Sciences Education Standards for grades 3-8.
This is the recording of “Live Action Photography for Fulldome.” The session took place at the IMERSA Summit 2014, in Denver. Speakers: Matt Mascheri, Dome3D; James Arthurs, Image Shoppe. Description: This talk addresses camera and acquisition techniques and simple immersive displays, such as the Oculus Rift. Credits: IMERSA.