Sophisticated computer simulations and specially-formatted
movies are projected throughout the inner surface of each dome
to create a really exciting learning environment which captivates
and ‘wow’s every group!
Simon uses his wealth of teaching and lecturing experience to carefully
pitch the content and delivery of every presentation to be appropriate
for the particular group involved. He is pleased to offer shows for
all ages, from Nursery children through to A-level and even university
students – and for families, youth groups and the general public, too.
Every Space Odyssey presentation is a live, interactive experience,
but where appropriate, shows can include breathtaking immersive films created especially for use in the dome environment.
Simon has taken his domes to schools, colleges, youth and adult groups and organisations such as the National Trust, museums and libraries throughout the South West of England, South Wales and beyond. He has also worked with National Park authorities and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to promote public engagement with the night skies and sometimes leads guided public stargazing sessions for such organisations, too! In 2016 & 2017, he took the Space Odyssey planetarium to the National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth. Follow this link to hear what young people discovered in the dome…
For details of the amazing 360-degree 3D immersive films available,
please click on the links below: