Monthly Archives: April 2016

Domelab Masterclass

Advanced Immersive Visualisation and Interactive Engagement with DomeLab DomeLab is the first mobile ultra-high resolution fulldome in Australia. Learn from leading experts Prof. Sarah Kenderdine, Prof. Paul Burke, A/Prof Stefan Greuter and Dr Christopher Barker about the challenges and opportunities … Continue reading

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APS2016 Group Photo

  Many thanks to Claire and all the staff at the Space Place at Carter Observatory for hosting a fantastic conference.  Wellington is a beautiful city and we all had a great time.  Now..  what’s the collective noun for a … Continue reading

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Yuri’s Night

Each April the world stops to mark the anniversary of Yuri Gagarin who in 1961, was the first human launched into space. This year Scienceworks and Melbourne Planetarium will play host to our first official Yuri’s Night Space Party on Friday the … Continue reading

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Sir Thomas Brisbane Special

On Saturday, April 9, the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium hosted a free public session entitled “The Soldier-Astronomer: Thomas Makdougall Brisbane’s Scientific Work.” It was presented by Alison Morrison-Low, who has recently retired as a History of Science Curator at the … Continue reading

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MCIC: Michael Crough Innovation Centre

DomeLab at the MCIC (Michael Crough Innovation Centre) Shows during the Michael Crough Innovation Centre exhibition at UNSW

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Look up Mumbai

Some photographs from “Look Up Mumbai”, an exhibition of DomeLab. DomeLab is  the first ultra-high resolution (4K) experimental fulldome in Australia. It is a unique, low-cost display system integrating technical innovation in computing power and graphics capabilities with aesthetic innovation in content … Continue reading

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Time to get your bags packed – APS 2016 is nearly here

APS2016 4-5 April Space Place at Carter Observatory, Wellington, NZ   Well all the conference bags are packed, name badges are printed and we’re pretty much ready to go! You can find the final version of our info sheet with … Continue reading

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