Vladimir, a polar bear, and James, a penguin, travel into space aboard the Polaris to study polar auroras.
Hit by a meteorite, they crash at the foot of a pre-Columbian pyramid and meet Lucia, a hummingbird who is passionate about rocks. She tells them about a legend evoking “stones of light.”
Meteorites, shooting stars, these “stones of light” intrigue them all. In order to solve this enigma, they board for the Moon, then the asteroid belt, and finally land on a comet nucleus. Who is having fun throwing stones from space?
Hypotheses, observations, and analyses will allow them to find answers to their questions back on Earth!
In this delightful and charming show for children, Khrumka and his friend, Kippy, lean about space in their little school in the fairy tale forest and then, accompanied by their cute robot, Robik, go on an amazing journey through the Solar system in a magic rocket.
More than 100000 chemical reactions happen in your brain every second. So what about the moment you saw the girl of your dreams, and she saw you? If we could capture those few seconds what would the data look like?
LoVR is a document of this moment. A story of love, told through neural activity captured over 4 seconds.
As chemicals are released and areas of the brain activated, a form of poetry is revealed within the data. The heart beats, the iris dilates and time stands still as two lovers see each other for the first time.
“In the beginning, God, God created the heavens and the earth. And the earth was empty and without order between darkness on the face of the abyss … and the spirit of God that remained above the waters said: Let there be light; And there was light. And in that way, he separated the light from the darkness … In the light, he called it day, and the darkness he called night … “
This phrase that is extracted from the old testament of the Bible, belong that which relates the creation of the universe in the so-called first book Genesis – from the Christian Bible – serves as a conceptual basis for a free recreation of the structure of the universe, man and earth: It is an open and personal interpretation – free of religious or scientific character – to explore abstract concepts of the beginning of life and the universe.
Genesis is a real-time fulldome show for planetariums and digital dome theatres.
Music by Pina.
The movie tells a thrilling story of the most remarkable space mission in human history. In 1977 two space probes were launched to explore the farthest planets of the Solar system: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune along with their moons. These spacecraft greatly enriched our knowledge of the distant worlds.
Now after four decades they explore the interstellar space. Like two bottles launched into the cosmic ocean, both probes carry an interstellar message – the Golden Record, intended for any alien civilization.
Unique short film takes you in the middle of a giant steel plant in the middle of the night – the place you are very unlikely to visit in your real life.
The film is a tribute to Zoox, the urbex photographer and explorer. A fulldome short-film for planetarium and digital dome theatre.
Birth of Planet Earth is a planetarium fulldome show that tells the twisted tale of our planet’s origins.
Scientists now believe that our galaxy is filled with solar systems, including up to a billion planets roughly the size of our own.
The film employs advanced, data-driven, cinematic-quality visualizations to explore some of the greatest questions in science today: How did Earth become a living planet in the wake of our solar system’s violent birth? What does its history tell us about our chances of finding other worlds that are truly Earth-like?
Produced by Spitz Creative Media, NCSA’s Advanced Visualization Lab, Thomas Lucas Productions, Inc., in association with Tellus Science Museum. This project has been made possible with support from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Greater Philadelphia Film Office; funded in part by the National Science Foundation.
An immersive fulldome experience about the beauty of Auroras.
Take a journey across time and space to understand the science behind the phenomena and to experience the stories of our ancestors.
Guided by the lullaby of the Dawn Goddess, this cinematic adventure invites the audience to join the dance of these eerie lights over remote Icelandic landscapes.
For planetariums and digital dome theatres.
American West 8K shows real starry nights of American West. You can sit in the planetarium and travel to famous places such as the Grand Canyon, Arches, Monument Valley, and etc.
This film was produced with 8K ultra high resolution using several cameras. Your theater is not 8K? It still looks great at 6K and 4K.
American West 8K is a fulldome short film for planetariums and digital dome theatres.
Life happened in the Serengeti on an unprecedented scale.
It’s home to most of Africa’s most iconic animals, and hosts one of the world’s greatest natural events — the annual wildebeest migration.
Nature has orchestrated a perfect symphony in which every species has a very distinct role to play in a larger story — the balance of an entire ecosystem.
We’ll see it through the eyes of the youngest members of our animal cast as they imitate their parents, and learn about the mighty roles they’ll play.
Prepare to be awed by this immersive Giant Screen film about how nature works in one of the world’s greatest ecosystems.
For the general public, often sharks are lumped into one category … that is feared. However, sharks and consequent shark behavior is incredibly diverse. Most species would be relatively safe to take a “dip” with. However, there are two species that vie for the top predator prize in the community of sharks … the Great White shark and the Bull shark both compete for the distinction as the apex predator of the deep. The Great White is the largest of the carnivorous shark species and are the perfect killing machine. The Bull Shark, although smaller is more aggressive and considered by many experts to be the more dangerous of the two species. They are among the most ferocious of all sharks.
Both species have finely tuned electro-magnetic sensory abilities to locate and hunt prey. In a scientific-first experiment, Shark Wars: The Ultimate Predator will explore how their abilities compare and push their highly developed sensory systems to the limit.
Shark Wars will capture previously unseen shark behavior for the first time on the planet, in virtual darkness, in shark hot spots in Fiji and Australia. Our filming platform will be a revolutionary shark cage, taking its design from the F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter. Using this cutting edge technology, renowned shark researcher Dr. Will Robbins will conduct an incredible two-phase research experiment to more fully understand the super senses of these fearsome animals to determine which shark is the ultimate predator.
A civilization that rose to become the envy of the world, only to disappear … a mystery waiting to be unlocked by modern archaeologists, scientists and explorers.
Following an epic spree of religious building whose scale and ambition rivals the pyramids of Egypt, Angkor is the scene of one of the greatest vanishing acts of all time. The Khmer kingdom lasted from the 9th to the 15th centuries and at its height dominated a large swathe of South-East Asia from Myanmar to the west to Vietnam in the East. As many as one million people lived in Angkor, the capital, which sprawled across an area the size of New York’s five boroughs, making it the most extensive urban complex of the pre-industrial world. By the late 16th Century, the once resplendent capital of the empire, with its thousands of elaborate temples and religious monuments, was being overrun by the surrounding jungles.
Many experts have attempted to provide answers, and theories abound. 1300 carved inscriptions survive on temple doorjambs but the Khmer people of Angkor left not a single word explaining their kingdom’s collapse. This will be a visually stunning film … an epic adventure where science, mystery and ancient civilization intersect.
Between a jagged cliff face and a roaring ocean, lives a colony of Australian Sea Lions. In an environment equally as harsh as it is beautiful, be immersed in a classic coming of age tale guided by one of Australia’s most unique, intelligent, and playful animals. Take an intimate journey inside the colony where a life of great intimacy, tenderness, and clumsiness, must often give way to a life of great sacrifice and bravery. Dive into the world of a rare Australian Sea Lion pup – and meet the people that are trying to save her species.
500 million years ago life left this blue womb and colonized the land, but we are still intricately linked to the ocean. Our climates, coastlines, ecosystems, and economies are tied to the perpetual movement of water between continents. The great ocean currents are the arteries and veins of Planet Earth! This is the story of one particularly fascinating flow – the East Australian Current, a massive oceanic river that stretches the length of Australia’s east coast.
The Moon has always captivated humanity, inspiring us to leave the world behind and venture into space. Come on an amazing adventure as we strive to understand our magnificent neighbor the Moon.
Taking place across the night of a full moon, we join a Virtual Reality games developer as she struggles to work out what is wrong with her new game. The game is set on the Moon and it is all based on real science. It’s due for launch, but there’s a problem. Could the bug be something to do with the phases of the Moon or how it was formed?
NASA – and others – have their sights set on the Red Planet, and they’re building the technology to get us there! Destination Mars: The New Frontier gives audiences an up-close look at humanity’s most epic endeavor. Explore the work being done around the globe to help make the dream of getting humans to Mars a reality. Fly through the International Space Station, where astronauts are already living and working in space, and follow the rockets and vehicles that will take humans beyond the Moon and, one day, all the way to Mars! Travel along as we imagine this remarkable journey.
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.