Little ABC is a fulldome series of three episodes: “The Light”, “The Clouds” and “The Meteorites”.
The whole series is part of an initiative that aims to boost educational content in a format that is attractive, approachable and didactic for smaller children (3-7 years old).
The themes used are those that are most accessible for these youngsters, developed in a way that arouses interest and stimulates the senses to boost their understanding of their surroundings in a world that is full of so many questions.
Various resources are used to achieve such goal, including character animation, a cartoon-like aesthetic, music and children songs.
In February 2013 an one man made the incredible – a space jump. He jumped from an altitude more then 120 000 feet, broke the speed of sound in freefall, and set several world records. Millions people all over the world watched his jump online.
After landing he said, “In my mind, I did that jump many times. I was ready to go.”
Do you want to feel what it is to jump from the edge of space?
Flight of Fancy will put you in this man’s place, you will see our planet from space with his eyes, get over the fear of a “death spin”, and experience amazing virtual G-forces!
The show combines the newest fulldome technology and excellent computer graphics. The 3D effect all around you will make you the hero of the show.
Flight of Fancy is not just a space jump; it is an extreme adventure within the human imagination. Many worlds that we create in our mind are passing by, one after another, with the speed of thought.
Take your own flight of fancy!
For planetariums and digital dome theatres.
In the same way astronomers look up at the stars, trees reach up to the sky. They are the giants of plant evolution, reaching towards the light of the Sun.
Trees, forests and all the greenery of Planet Earth work together with the air, water and sun to maintain all life on our planet. Therefore, the trees in the park or in the rainforest can tell us astounding things about our environment and the planetary cycles which shape them.
Follow us on an impressive journey into the Earth’s climate and the significance of the forest – between night and day, through the seasons and ice-ages.
“The Green Planet – 3D” is a fulldome show for planetariums and digital dome theatres.
Water is a basic condition for the emergence of life. This relatively simple compound, consisting of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom, is found on Earth in gaseous, liquid and solid forms.
Water accounts for most of Earth’s surface. Water makes up most of our body by weight. However, one fundamental question is left unanswered: where did all that water came from?
Perhaps, the answer is more complex than anyone might expect.
Join us on a captivating journey outside the confines of space and time. Along the way, we will show you well-known objects, e.g. Venus and the asteroids and comets in our solar system, as well as some lesser-known objects, such as our nearest stellar neighbours.
We will journey through the beauties of our galaxy, our galactic neighbours, and all the way to the very edge of the known universe.
To Space & Back takes audiences on an incredible journey from the far reaches of our known universe to our own planet. It is an extraordinary story of human ingenuity and incredible engineering, describing how the technology that transports us through space is paving the way for the devices and apps we use every day. What is happening above is coming back down to Earth!
The story of World War 2 is coming to the dome!
World 2 War is an action packed fulldome documentary that combines cinematic battle scenes with informative overviews of the battlefield and historic reference from photos and videos. World 2 War will put you right in the middle of World War 2’s biggest battles!
James, a traveling penguin from the South Pole, and Vladimir, a funny bear from the North Pole, meet on the Arctic sea ice. They become friends, talk about their respective regions and observe the stars together, wondering why the night is so long at the poles of the Earth. Novice astronomers, they are trying to solve this mystery by reasoning and observation. Thanks to the rigor of James and the inventive genius of Vladimir, their scientific adventure leads them to build an observatory and then an improvised spaceship. During a trip around the Earth, extended to Mars and Saturn, they get their answer and discover that the planets have similarities but also differences.
Polaris is a playful story combining pedagogy and astonishing 3D effects. Addressing astronomical concepts such as the tilt of the Earth’s axis, planetary types and ice in the solar system, the show also introduces key elements of the scientific method.
We live on a small planet that revolves around a star that is no different in size, luminosity, or location, than any other. It is just one among many.
Are the planets that orbit our star what distinguishes it from the others? Are there also extra solar planets that revolve around other stars? If that was the case, could it be that there are inhabitable worlds like Earth?
The endless variety of the Solar System is barely a reflection of the infinite diversity of the Universe. But, until now, we only know of one planet where life has developed… ours!
Astronomers on Earth study the movements of the stars, searching for planets in other suns.
Using unique instruments, they observe thousands of stars at the same time; minute by minute, measuring the amount of light from each one of them with extreme precision, and detecting if one of them periodically changes brightness, even if the change is barely perceptible, by one part per ten thousand. Scientists who analyze the gathered data are able to tell if the star is a candidate for having at least one planet.
Scientists hope one day to find life somewhere on one of the extra solar planets, even if only in the form of microorganisms. This would be a historical discovery. Could one of these worlds be suitable for the development of life?
The search for extra solar planets focuses on the neighboring stars of our galaxy, the Milky Way, but this doesn’t mean they are close to us. Our galaxy is enormous, so enormous that a ray of light takes more than one hundred thousand years to cross from one side to the other.
However, if there is an extra-terrestrial civilization in our galactic vicinity, they just may have noticed our presence because, without intending to, we have been transmitting signals for quite a long time.
Exotic worlds we might one day get to know…, with their clouds of unusual components…, or volcanoes shooting unthinkable substances into space. And, who knows, we may find our galaxy travel companions there, with forms of life we can’t begin to imagine; and they will be, finally, proof that we are not alone in this minute drop of the cosmic ocean.
Welcome to granddad Frank’s farm! He knows a lot of things about the animals. Come along!
Let’s visit the farm and learn a lot about them. We gonna play riddles with animal sounds and learn many curious facts about them. Let’s travel with granddad Frank on a great adventure!
We are going to meet the wild animals of the jungle, of the savanna, of the desert, the North Pole, the South Pole and the Oceans. You are going to learn about birds, bugs, amphibious, carnivorous, herbivorous and much more!
Let’s play with the colours and let’s meet endangered species. Will we ever get to the end of this adventure?
“Our Friends the Animals” is a fulldome show for planetariums and digital dome theatres.
We Are Stars is the most immersive science documentary in the Universe!
“ROLL UP, ROLL UP…
COME INSIDE AND EXPERIENCE THE UNIVERSE LIKE NEVER BEFORE…
LET US TAKE YOU ON A JOURNEY THROUGH TIME AND SPACE.”
This 360°, 3D, high frame rate experience seeks to answer some of the biggest questions of all time. What are we made of? Where did it all come from? Explore the secrets of our cosmic chemistry, our explosive origins and connect life on Earth to the evolution of the Universe.
We join the Time Master narrated by Hollywood superstar Andy Serkis, a Victorian gent with his very own time tent who whisks us off on a 13.8 billion year adventure.
With expert input from leading scientists, cosmologists, astrophysicists, astrochemists, planetary scientists and astrobiologists we present humanity’s current understanding of where everything, including us, came from.
The soundtrack features an original immersive score by acclaimed New Zealand composer Rhian Sheehan.
We Are Stars is produced by NSC Creative, The Immersive Storytelling Studio based at the National Space Centre, UK.
Today’s astronomer is not the lone observer of past centuries. “We Are Astronomers” reveals the global collaboration, technology and dedication required to answer the unresolved questions of the Universe. “We Are Astronomers” narrated by David Tennant is an exciting 360° Fulldome digital planetarium show produced by NSC Creative with input from UK astronomers.
The human race is connected better and faster than ever before but what about elsewhere? Could we one day be part of a galactic community sharing our knowledge and ideas? Or is Earth the only planet with life? “We Are Aliens!” takes you on an epic ride in the hunt for the evidence of alien life. This production balances science, education and family entertainment. “We Are Aliens!” narrated by Rupert Grint is an exciting new 360° Fulldome digital planetarium show produced by NSC Creative with input from UK astronomers.
Presented in the style of a game show, The Planets tests peoples knowledge of the nine planets in our Solar System. The audience find themselves transported from planet to planet, immersed in spectacularly different environments. Great fun, the show also has enough facts and concepts to provide real educational value.
Sunshine is a lovable cartoon sun and he doesn’t care if children get loud or excited: in fact he wants them to look around, raise their hands, sing and play along with his tricks. During the fun and games, the stars of the night sky are revealed and Sunshine explores some simple colours and counting. Self-contained, but a live presenter is recommended to get the audience interacting fully.
The prospect that we may not be alone in the universe is taken as a fact by the movies, writers, and a great many scientists. As yet, we have no hard evidence of another living thing outside Planet Earth.
S.E.T.I.—The Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence—is a show that explores all sides of this topic, from the planets we are finding around other stars, to the feasibility of travelling to the stars, and what aliens might actually be like, to the possibility that UFOs have been visiting and the various methods that scientists are using to get in touch. Will we make contact in our lifetimes? This stunning immersive show guides you through the myriad of ideas to a surprising conclusion.
What happened to Mars? What happened to the water? Was there once life? Could there still be life somewhere?
Featuring spectacular high-definition 3D graphics, the awe-inspiring history of the planet unfolds to the space age and the dusty, cratered world we know today. Join in the latest discoveries from the Global Surveyor and Mars Odyssey. Contemplate the potential of a new generation of space craft, such as Mars Express and the landers Spirit and Opportunity, in the race to find liquid water and life. Finally, take a speculative look into the future—and the presence of humans on the planet. Take your seat for a 4.5 billion-year story.
Audience members will join characters Raj and Sooki to dive into the busy world of cells, watching ‘alien trees’ and wriggling ‘slugs’ fly past on a giant 360° Fulldome screen.
This is the story of the trillions of cells that form our bodies, from our beginnings as a single cell to the complexity of a whole body: it’s the story of who we are.
An immersive, historical documentary that showcases the achievements of the Apollo program and what it took to put the first human on the Moon, It introduces a new generation to the immense challenges they overcame and will inspire them to become the explorers, designers engineers, thinkers, and dreamers of the future.