Call for Presentations in Immersive Media

Immersive Media Entertainment, Research, Science & Arts (IMERSA) presents the 2016 Summit themed Exploring the Immersive Universe. Call Deadline: Extended to January 10, 2016 The developments in technology in recent years serves as a catalyst of expansion taking place in immersive media innovation. This call is specific to two sessions; a panel entitled, Organizations Leading […]

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MORPHOS Immersive Interactive Video Dome Art at Fort Collins and Denver
Quadrivium by Oscar Sol

BETA emerging technology arts and Fort Collins Museum of Discovery invites you to MORPHOS, an immersive audio-visual experience featuring the world premiere of new experimental immersive video art in the Otterbox Digital Dome and Gates Planetarium. MORPHOS will take the audience on a unique digital journey from generative graphics, a hypnotic experience, and live digital […]

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Ethan Bach Interview – The Dome Dialogues

I was recently interviewed by The Fulldome Blog by Jason Fletcher. The interview covers my recent work, information on the International Fulldome Arts Alliance, current dome art and event project, the future of fulldome, and more.  Fletcher recently started vlogging when he attending IMERSA Summit. He is a natural video host and decided to continue […]

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Call for Submissions Fiske Fulldome Film Festival

  The Fiske Fulldome Film Festival is a three-day global showcase for private photographers, filmmakers and fulldome production companies. Join us to explore and celebrate the cutting edge of fulldome digital imagery. Shows will focus on the following categories: 2D/3D Animation, Earth and Space Sciences, Experimental Motion Graphics, Landscape Panorama/Photography, and Films/Videography. A professional judge […]

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MORPHOS Immersive Video Dome Art • Los Angeles

Vortex Immersion Media and the c3: Center for Conscious Creativity invite you to MORPHOS, a one night immersive video experience featuring the world premiere of new experimental immersive and interactive video art in the Vortex LA Dome. MORPHOS will take the audience on unique immersive audio visual journeys, ranging from cultural amalgams of human past, […]

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International Fulldome Arts Alliance Announced

One of the problems with creating fulldome art and performances is the issue of where to show your work. With just a handful of fulldome festivals and only a couple of dome completely dedicated to arts, this can be a real issue. There are over 1,200 domes in the world, most of which are housed in science […]

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MORPHOS Fulldome Artist In Residence Los Angeles 2014 Artists Announced

We are  pleased to announce the artists for the June 2014 Artists in Residence. After reviewing highly compelling applications, selected artists have been granted a month long exploration of the immersive digital space.  Artists will work together to receive two days of hands on training and access to the dome throughout the month to work on projects, test concepts and receive consultation. Artists will […]

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How to Create A Fulldome Master

Everyone who has created content for the dome will tell you that the best way to be successful is to have access to a dome. The problem is, there is not much access out there. Don’t be discouraged! There are several of us in the fulldome community working at making domes accessible to more people. Until […]

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New Mexico Becoming a Leader in Immersive Art

New Mexico is about to take a bold step into the future of immersive arts. New Mexico Arts purchased a 50′ portable dome with a 3k seamless projection, an artist friendly server system and are creating art that takes dome presentations to the next level in virtual environments. And it doesn’t stop there. The art will be presented […]

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Fulldome Art Grant for New Mexico Artists

The Art in Public Places program enriches New Mexico’s public spaces through an innovative and diverse public art collection. Since its inception in 1986, the program has placed more than 2,500 works of art in all of New Mexico’s 33 counties. Our goal is to reflect the diversity of the arts in New Mexico, the […]

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