FULLDOME UK

FULLDOME UK

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

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FLUX Festival app

FLUX Festival app

i-DAT created the FLUX Festival app with Elixel for the Festival which launched in Liverpool in July 2014. The app is powered by i-DAT’s on-going open source Qualia project – which aims to revolutionize the way audience experiences at arts and culture events are evaluated This Festival is

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Qualia at BAFA Cambridge Union Society…

Qualia at BAFA Cambridge Union Society…

Capture the Rapture – 04/0402014.0: Qualia is being presented at the British Arts Festival Association ‘Ask the Experts Roadshow’ at the Cambridge Literary Festival in the Cambridge Union Society. http://qualia.org.uk/

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FULLDOME UK 2010 – 10th July Plymouth UK

FULLDOME UK 2010 – 10th July Plymouth UK

Welcome to FULLDOME UK 2010. A celebration of the FullDome experience, we present a day of screenings, presentations, discussions and perhaps some realtime performance. The event takes place at the Immersive Vision Theatre (IVT) based at the University of Plymouth on Saturday 10th July 2010

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Dome Fugue v1.0:

Dome Fugue v1.0:

1.30: Sunday 24 February 2008. The Immersive Vision Theatre and i-DAT present the ‘Dome Fugue v1.0’. This is a specially commissioned sonic experience to celebrate the re-birth of the William Day Planetarium as a transdisciplinary instrument for the manifestation of material, immaterial and imaginary worlds.

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Dome Fugue v1.0:

Dome Fugue v1.0:

1.30: Sunday 24 February 2008. The Immersive Vision Theatre and i-DAT present the ‘Dome Fugue v1.0’. This is a specially commissioned sonic experience to celebrate the re-birth of the William Day Planetarium as a transdisciplinary instrument for the manifestation of material, immaterial and imaginary worlds.

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Portpods

Portpods

Port-Pods was an audio distribution project for the Port Eliot Literature Festival, in July 2005. On the day of the festival a team of people with Port-Pod T-shirts were offering free MP3 audio tracks for the public to copy on to their iPods and MP3

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