FULLDOME UK supports the development and exhibition of ‘Fulldome art’, an emergent art form that embraces digital technologies and powerful immersive environments to push the boundaries of artistic practice. It exhibits ‘Fulldome’ productions byUK and International artists and facilitate a global network, connecting, supporting, developing and promoting Fulldome artists, programmers and researchers nationally and internationally.
Fulldome art works are multifarious consisting of linear and non-linear, produced or generative, interactive and performative experiences projected onto the ‘full’ domed surface traditionally found in planetaria to provide a unique and highly immersive audience experience that challenges established models of cinema and gallery spaces.

FULLDOME UK is produced in partnership with GaiaNova, The Computer Arts Society (CAS) and the National Space Centre (NSC) through NSC Creative.

FULLDOME UK is a not-for-profit association supporting artists and researchers working within Fulldome immersive environments.
It organise events with the goal to promote Fulldome as an artistic medium in its own right, and as a platform for research into data visualisation, group collaboration and the effects of immersive environments on our perceptual and cognitive processes.
FULLDOME UK 2014 took place at the National Space Centre in Leicester on the 7th & 8th November 2014.
FULLDOME UK 2012, took place at the National Space Centre in Leicester on the 16th & 17th November 2012.
FULLDOME UK 2011, took place at Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum  on the 12th & 13th March 2011
FULLDOME UK 2010, took place at i-DAT, Immersive Vision Theatre in Plymouth on the 10th & 11th July 2010