Uniview, the beating heart of the Colorspace theater, is widely recognized as the most accurate data visualization platform in the planetarium industry. At its very core, the Uniview fulldome software is an interactive computer platform designed for live presentation. Powered by scientific databases and physically accurate visualizations, Uniview produces visually striking journeys through databases of any scale.
Tour of the Universe. With a proud legacy in the fulldome theater world, Uniview supports over 200 datasets. This includes datasets from the entire Digital Universe, a 3D atlas developed by the American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium, which incorporates data from dozens of organizations worldwide. Digital Universe allows you to explore over 50 categories of scientific models, including all known objects in the solar system, Kepler candidates, star forming regions, star clusters, the local group, deep space objects, Sloan galaxies, and quasars to name a few.
Classic Astronomy Observation. Uniview simulates orbital motion with the same precision as NASA simulations for space missions. Day and night sky, celestial and galactic coordinate systems, meridian and ecliptic are just some features of our complete classical planetarium system.
Planetary Exploration and Earth Sciences. Uniview has access to a network of daily updated satellite imagery that can be integrated in a show at a minutes notice, directly to your dome. Through streaming of cloud-based data, you get access to daily updated satellite imagery, weather events, planetary and lunar exploration, and extrasolar planets. Uniview also supports the KML file format from the Google Earth community.
Neuroscience. We are the only fulldome company in the world to offer Neurotours™, a live presentation featuring actual three-dimensional neuroscientific data from leading scientists. Neurotours gives visitors the mind-blowing experience of wandering through neurons, climbing the surface facets of the cerebral cortex, and flying down into biological scales that span millions of times of magnification. Neurotours is a product of the Neurodome project, led by Dr. Jonathan Fisher, a neuroscientist at New York Medical College. Working with Neurodome, Sciss introduces a real-time presentation within a complete new realm of science.
Beyond Uniview´s visualization capabilities, we take every measure to develop technology for our theaters that empowers them to be creative with their space. Features that make presenter-led live shows easy, that interconnect a dome with other users and domes, that integrates all theater equipment in one theater control, and much more. We want our tools to be easy and intuitive, while they ensure that your dome theater or planetarium stays relevant and has a distinct profile compared to competing venues. We offers tools for:
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Uniview 2.0 was released in March 2015. To find out more about the upgraded features, please visit our Uniview 2.0 Campaign Page.
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