IMERSA would like to invite you to send your favorite short fulldome excerpts, each from 30 seconds to 1 minute long (dome originals with optional synchronized audio - see specs below), for possible inclusion in our IMERSA Sizzle Reel 2015, to be presented at the IMERSA Summit in February 2015.
Come join the Worldviews Network on an immersive tour from the canopy to the cosmos inside the Morrison Planetarium. We’ll explore the history and ecology of one of California’s most iconic and threatened tree species, the Valley oak. Academy scientists, indigenous partners, and historical ecologists from the San Francisco Estuary Institute will reveal how Valley oaks and humans are intertwined in a relationship of disturbance and adaptation, with implications for the health and well-being of Bay Area communities. The first NOAA-funded Worldviews Network event on the West Coast, this program will be simulcast to partner institutions across the United States. A post-presentation dialogue will be held with regional partners and public audiences after the show.
California Academy of SciencesSan Francisco, CA Thursday, December 8, 2011 6:30pm (during NightLife) http://www.worldviews.net
The Spanish and Portugal Planetarium Meeting of this year will be held in Parc Astronomic Montsec in Montsec area (Lleida province, SPAIN).
We are preparing a two days meeting for the planetariums and in an important number of sessions the participation of companies is welcome. The meeting will be the 21st and 22nd of June 2012.
MARBLEHEAD, MA – The White Oak Institute and the GSCA announce GSCA’s stewardship of the NSF-funded Digital Immersive Giant Screen Specifications (DIGSS 1.0). By a unanimous Board vote on September 22, 2011, the GSCA accepted the role of stewardship of DIGSS 1.0 with a goal of further developing the recommendations, announced Tammy Thurmon, Executive Director of GSCA. John Jacobsen, principal investigator of the Digital Immersive Screen Colloquium for Unified Standards and Specifications (DISCUSS NSF-ISE 0946691) said, “GSCA’s stewardship will enable the refinement and administration of DIGSS 1.0+, its screen testing and its global buy-in.”
September 5-7 | Denver Museum of Nature &Science
From full dome, large-format and 3-D programming, to exhibit installations and interactive media, social networking and public outreach, museums and cultural institutions present rich opportunities for collaboration with broadcasters and filmmakers.
Join visionary thinkers in science and public media, for three full days of provocative panels, immersive workshops and casual networking. This year, we launch the inaugural <ahref="http://jhfestival.org/sciencemedia/index.htm">Jackson Hole Science Media Awards competition, with special sessions featuring finalist programs!
The Zeiss-Planetarium in Jena would like to invite you to the 6th FullDome Festival to be held in Jena, Germany from May 8 to 12, 2012. By the sixth year of its existence, the FullDome Festival has established itself as a leading forum of discourse about the young and innovative medium and elicited worldwide response and participation. The Festival is open to the public and does not require any registration fees.