The wide range of advanced technologies installed in the 8m dome enables users to create the richest, smoothest and most interactive sessions with the audience.
We installed a great digital system using GTZ280 Sony projectors to offer a very precise rendering and great image quality with high levels of brightness & contrast; along with a powerful opto-mechanical system using a Megastar Neo starball to offer a magnificent starry sky.
We installed a powerful console, using JLCooper’s Eclipse customizable control surface, to offer users superior levels of control. It provides a great ease-of-use with tactile assurance, for smooth and fast controls.
Furthermore, in order to provide exceptionally smooth navigation & memorable interactive experiences, we set up our exclusive technology, the Full iPad Control, and a gamepad. These tools enable users to interact with the audience directly from the dome & even let the audience navigate through the Universe.
As the Gimhae Planetarium manager, Mr. Jinho SON, writes: «Seamless integration of SkyExplorer with the optical starball Megastar makes our daily operation very easy. We are also very amazed to find it extremely easy to make a special show about Perseverance Rover available in the cloud community.».
In this fantastic scientific and cultural site with a strong astronomical cultural heritage, located at the peak of Bunseongsan Mountain, the audience can live incredible fulldome experiences inside the dome and outside, thanks to the breathtaking panorama which reveals a majestic starry sky at night.
Many thanks to our long-term partner Metaspace for this fascinating project.
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