141"Monthly" Administrative Note
- Jul 1, 2002I haven't posted my "monthly" administrative note in quite some time,
since traffic has been light, and I hadn't gotten much in the way of
questions or spurious posts. So I figured it's about time to remind
everybody of the existence of this list.
We've continued to grow, just so you know, up to 126 members now, all
waiting eagerly for the next fulldome post. This particular (less
than exciting) message simply covers some questions that occasionally
come my way and helps to keep everybody on the same electronic page.
Once upon a time, I posted something similar every month.
To reiterate... The intended audience for this group is not limited
to users of a particular system or a particular company. Both
real-time and playback media fall under the purvey of the group,
within the realm of both fulldome and panoramic video technologies.
While philosophical speculation about the effect of this nascent
technology on the planetarium medium also makes sense as a topic of
discussion, the core purpose of this list should not stray to
subjects better addressed on DOME-L or in other forums.
I will moderate the list, approving both subscribers and postings.
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Thanks for reading!
Ryan Wyatt, Science Visualizer
Rose Center for Earth & Space
American Museum of Natural History
79th Street & Central Park West
New York, NY 10024
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