Monthly Archives: August 2015

Sneak preview

Here is a sneak preview of our new touring dome in the assembly/test area in Germany and currently in boxes on its way to UNSW, Sydney. Just sitting on boxes in this photo, but eventually it sits on legs raising the … Continue reading

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Fiske Fulldome Festival

While my previous post announced the award winners of the Fiske Fulldome Festival, I did not have the opportunity to provide more detail about the festival itself.    It was a three day fulldome festival, which focused solely on content, there … Continue reading

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Fiske Fulldome Film Festival – Award Winners

The Fiske Fulldome Festival finished tonight with their Awards Night.  It has been a fantastic festival and Thor and the team at Fiske have done a magnificent job. Five awards were given out and they went to: Best of Show … Continue reading

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The Charles Hayden Planetarium

  After attending the IPS Council meeting in Montreal, I took the opportunity to visit the Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science (MOS) in Boston.  This was a particularly interesting visit for me, the Charles Hayden Planetarium is of … Continue reading

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Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium

The Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium in Montreal is an architectural delight. Completed in 2013 at a cost of $48 million dollars, it includes two 18 metre domes, a café as well as an exhibition space. It is located in the … Continue reading

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A visit to SAT

While in Montreal, I had the opportunity to visit the Société des arts technologiques (SAT). SAT is an arts collective that was founded in 1996. It is part self funded and part government funded. I was fortunate to meet up … Continue reading

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IPS2018 winner announced

As you know their were four sites, bidding to host the 2018 IPS Conference: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Edmonton, Canada Toulouse, France Arlington, Texas, USA After a hotly contested bidding process I am able to announce the winner is Toulouse, France. … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Hayden Planetarium

On my way to attend the IPS Council meeting in Montreal, I took the opportunity to visit the Hayden Planetarium in New York at the American Museum of Natural History. The American Museum of Natural History is massive, one of … Continue reading

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