Houston Museum of Natural Science

Houston, Texas (USA), USA
Fulldome Producer

Description

Opened in 1964, the Burke Baker Planetarium at the Houston Museum of Natural Science has presented astronomical programs to millions of visitors, from school groups to the general public. Our computerized SkySkan DigitalSky starfield projector is the most advanced in the world, simulating stars, planets, comets, nebulous objects and other special effects, including three-dimensional flights through space. A state-of-the-art digital stereo sound system enhances the Dome Theatre’s special effects. The latest digital technology has transformed planetariums from rooms with star-filled roofs to immersive digital dome theaters able to carry audiences from the Big Bang to the nucleus of a cell. The Museum has also added one upgrade to its full-dome system each year – improving the quality of each successive visit. The Planetarium typically produces one or more new fulldome productions each year, which are available for private showings in the big theater or for rental in the Discovery Dome portable systems. Website for show licensing.

People working at

Houston Museum of Natural Science

Planetarian Educator

Productions & Co-Productions

The Great Planet Adventures
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Impact!
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Force 5
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Fantasy Worlds
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Dinosaur Prophecy
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Impact Earth
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The Body Code
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Earth’s Wild Ride
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Secrets of the Dead Sea
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Ice Worlds
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X-Planets
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We Choose Space!
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Night of the Titanic
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Microcosm
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It’s About Time
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Contact details

Address: 5555 Hermann Park Drive
Postal code: 77030
City: Houston, Texas (USA)
Country: USA
Continent: North america
Latitude: 29.72159880
Longitude: -95.38926150
Phone: +1 713 639 4629