On March 21st, the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History arranged a "Brain Day", which over 1200 people attended. Visitors got to learn brain facts, talk to neuroscientists - and even dissect real sheep brains.
One of the activities presented was Neurodome´s "Neurotours", a real-time live tour of the brain that was held in the digital planetarium. Almost 400 people attended 13 half-hour presentations,
led by the Neurodome team in cooperation with Sciss.
On March 5th, the first Kavli Prize Lecture
Tales from the Outer Solar System by 2012 Kavli Prize Laureate in Astrophysics, Michael E. Brown, will take place at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago. The presentation, which will be held and visualized in the planetarium, will be broadcasted live to three other dome theaters in the United States. The sharing technology, called
domecasting, is a unique feature introduced by Sciss.
2015 is here, and we want to give you a heads-up about the first Uniview User Group of the new year. It will take place March 1st at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science in connection with the 2015 IMERSA Summit,
and the main focus will be the new features in Uniview 2.0.
After 6 years of development, neuroscientist Jonathan Fisher and his Neurodome team have reached a first important step in their project to visualize brain data for dome use.
In partnership with SCISS, the two can now offer the dome market an environment for real and mind-blowing neuroimaging in the Uniview fulldome software.
We are delighted to welcome a new developer to our Development team – Daniel Hultgren.
SCISS is now recruiting for four new positions at our headquarters in Stockholm. We’re looking for a Content Developer, Project Manager, Senior User Manager and a Technical User Manager.
In 2015, the Malta Council for Science and Technology will open the doors to the National Interactive Science Center, a complex that will occupy several of the most imposing and magnificent buildings overlooking the entrance into the Grand Harbour in Malta. The site comprises of 4 buildings and an outdoor space each of which will be pivotal to displaying exhibits and presenting live science.
One of the buildings will be a stunning 10.7 meter in diameter planetarium, and we´re very happy to announce that SCISS will build and install a complete Colorspace 4K theater system at the site.
2014 is making its way and summer has finally reached Stockholm. Now we are happy to announce the immediate availability of Uniview 1.6, a release packed with new features, content and improvements.
It is high season for conferences within the digital theater world these upcoming months. SCISS will of course be visiting some of the gatherings, and we would love to see you there!
SCISS is proud to announce that the Flandrau Science Center at the University of Arizona is upgrading to a SCISS Colorspace planetarium theater by the end of the summer. Flandrau is the first family member in the US that installs a complete Colorspace 4K system, powered by the very latest version of the award winning Uniview software.
SCISS is proud to officially announce our Italian partner Auriga!
On December 12-13, the HR MacMillan Space Centre in Vancouver will be invaded by Uniview users from all over the world. With sessions for beginners and advanced users alike, this year's user group promises to be something special.
The 2nd of August marked the end of the era for Harold. After almost half a century, the starball had finally earned retirement from serving the community in Vancouver with night skies. With a new six-channel Colorspace system commissioned on time and on budget, the night sky will now be served by digital stars.
With the first North American installation of a Colorspace system completed and a contract for a second system signed last week, SCISS is delighted to announce a dedicated US based support functionality, based out of Denver, Colorado.
On March 21st JVC Kenwood announced their new e-shifted 8K projector DLA-VS4800.
The Borlänge Science Center Framtidsmuseet reopened February 16. Among great changes in the science center, Framtidsmuseet now has a SCISS Colorspace system installed in the 7.3 m planetarium.