Why IMERSA was worth the trip
- it's very focused on Fulldome productions and techniques.
- it's different from an IPS Conference. It has different goals and different purposes, therefore It makes sense to attend both of them. No redundancies whatsoever.
- it's not targeted to planetarium/Fulldome enthusiasts only. It's about converging media: digital planetariums, mobile domes, themed entertainment and giant screen theaters.
- it's a great way to learn more about the market and where it's going. Convergence is the keyword here.
- it's a great way to see what other people came up with - both on hardware and software.
- it's a good opportunity to get insights on how complex Fulldome scenes were conceived and produced.
- it's a great way to connect with people involved with the Fulldome business. Almost the entire community of Fulldome producers from around the world gathers into one room and you get the chance to be there too.
- it's so good that at the end you wish you had more time to talk. It seems that there is never enough time to catch up with everyone. That's how stimulating it is.
- well, let's state it again: I really can't emphasize enough on how important and valuable networking is. It's all about meeting the real people.
- it's a perfect way to collect motivation and inspire yourself. It's about getting yourself to reach new ideas.
- it's also a quick glimpse into the future.
- ... and then, you know, it's always nice to finally put faces on email addresses!
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