4412Re: [fulldome] Non-oriented shows
- Jan 27, 2014Jason wrote:
> But I really enjoy concentric shows cause to me it embraces the dome as an immersion that will take you somewhere new. To look up, instead for forward, and the dome become a portal to the stars. Obviously I'm partial, after all I animate for a concentric dome and then help to present the shows to our audiences.My viewpoint is atypical here (pun intended), but reading these posts reinforces my appreciation of our concentric 85-seater at Kutztown University of PA. I mostly work with computer science students, and for the first time with communication design students this semester, building novel interactive multimedia systems for a concentric planetarium, with a focus on processed music and its visualization. So far nothing has made it past the prototype, experimental stage, but it sounds like if I ever try to go commercial with some software, I will have to account for non-concentric domes.
It's not just the dome, either. It's great fun to watch the faces across the room during one of these gigs.
There are some pix here:
Dale Parson, http://faculty.kutztown.edu/parson
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