EXOPLANETS Full DOme Show: MORE New images!
- Hello Everyone,
Production on our new ExoPlanets: Worlds Of Wonder Full Dome Show is right on schedule and the film is looking fantastic. As stated before, it will be available this Spring.
We have included a link to another image from the film. Please take a look and let us know what you think. We are offering a special Pre-Licensing deal. Order
the show before April and you will receive a 20% discount! Contact Nathan Smith
at agelessnate@... for more information.
production still is a detail study of the lead character in the movie, The EXO. 1
Unit. A robotic Space Probe, the EXO. 1 is equipped with the most
advanced technology ever created, including Trans-Star Drive engines,
Artificial Intelligence Medi-Brain processors and the world's first
Galactic Positioning System (GPS), all perfectly designed for exploring
deep space planetary bodies.
And for all of you who did not get a chance to see our last revealed image, we have included a link to that as well.
ExoPlanets: Worlds Of Wonder follows
mankind's first Space Probe as it journeys outside our solar system to
the many new worlds astronomers are discovering beyond. Audiences will
visit Gas Giants caught in a deadly dance with their host stars, frozen
rogue planets hurling through space, molten rocky worlds now known to
science and new planets drifting comfortably within the Goldilocks Zone.
ExoPlanets: Worlds Of Wonder covers
the National Earth and Space Science Standards for grades K-9, not only
educating about other worlds, but also teaching audiences about how
special Earth and our solar system truly are. It combines the best of
hand-crafted animation with state-of-the-art visual effects to educate
audiences in a fascinating way.
Over the coming
weeks, prepare for more, including the ExoPlanets: Worlds Of Wonder trailer.
Geoffrey Marcy, world-leading astronomer in Extra Solar Planet
Discoveries, described the screenplay as, "Absolutely glorious. It
artfully captures the science, the beauty, and the wonder of the new
worlds we are discovering."
learning about geology has never been more fun with our show "Dinosaur
Passage To Pangaea", now available for Full Dome in 2D and 3D, with an
all-new 20 minute version ready for licensing. It is perfect for your
Elementary and Jr. High school groups, young children and families.
Kyra Elliott, Planetarium Director of The Children's Museum of
Hartford, CT, said " It's a very successful show. Naturally, kids like
dinosaurs. Also, in the planetarium world, the majority of content
available at this time is Computer generated. The 'claymation' style of
this show sets it apart visually from other content available and it
also has an engaging and creative story. The geology information is
very in-depth and well presented." If you would like more information about either of these shows, please contact Nathan Smith at agelessnate@....
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