The Seoul Science Center is Seoul’s first municipal science center. Its visitors learn how scientific principles are presented in their everyday lives through the center’s exhibitions.
One of the main tourist destinations of southern Italy, the town of Castellana Grotte, received a cutting edge 3D fulldome theater powered by Front Pictures technology
Front Pictures fulldome technology is now at the heart of Inspire, a new cutting-edge teaching and learning facility at Brunel University London.
Front Pictures supplied an 8m semi-permanent dome and FP HDx4 projection system to the Slovenian company Odiseja Planetariji.
METASPACE, a Korean provider of solutions for astronomy and space science, upgraded South Korea’s Daejeon Observatory to a new FP HDx4 projection system by Front Pictures.
A Front Pictures HDx13 projection system was installed at the upgraded Sir Patrick Moore planetarium at the National Space Centre in Leicester, UK.
Venus is our closest neighbouring planet. But humans are unlikely to visit it in the foreseeable future due to its extreme environment. And yet, you can experience landing on Venus in an immersive installation at the National Space Center, the UK’s #1 space-based attraction, with over 300,000 visitors a year.
A more innovative and educational Kyiv Planetarium welcomes new visitors once again. The biggest and oldest planetarium in Ukraine, fitted with a 23-meter dome, can now also boast the most modern projection hardware and software available, installed by Front Pictures.
The capacity of our powerful Screenberry media server to output video to up to 72 projectors proved central for the unique immersive experience created by OmniSpace Inc. for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
MIT, the world’s mecca of science and engineering, approached Omnispace Inc. to light up a venue for the centennial celebration of its move to Cambridge and to raise funds for the Campaign For a Better World project. The idea was to integrate visuals provided by local artists into a 360° expression of MIT’s history and project it onto a massive 5K-resolution, 160 ft. immersive dome environment.