The Universe in a Room: The Story of the Planetarium
Planetariums were born 100 years ago. This is a story of mankind's attempt to reproduce the starry sky on earth by creating a "model of the universe".
[The English version of the full-preview will be available shortly]
Even during rain or in the daytime, in a planetarium, we can enjoy a sky, full of stars. But, this wonderful invention did not simply appear out of nowhere. Throughout history, humanity has been fascinated by the night sky, and various mechanical models were built, ultimately leading to a magical innovation, to dynamically represent the starry sky.
In ancient Greece, celestial globes, orreries, and astrolabes were created to simulate the motions of stars and planets. How have these models contributed to the development of the planetariums of today?
In this fulldome planetarium show, you can travel back 100 years. Following the notes of the original inventors, you can re-live the challenges and triumphs behind the birth of the modern planetarium.
Screened at 2 dome theaters and counting...
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