What does a Digitarium projection actually look like? Below you will find unretouched digital fisheye photographs of actual dome projection for:
- Digitarium Æthos 2.5k
- Digitarium Kappa
- Digitarium Zeta
- Digitarium Epsilon
- Digitarium Gamma
- Digitarium Delta
Please bear in mind that a camera and the human eye differ so this can only be an approximation, and cameras lenses have their own quality issues. Note that your monitor calibration, your browser rendering, and the compression in these image files will also affect the visual appearance of these images.
These photos were all taken inside our 6m fiberglass fixed dome (Digitarium Æthos, Kappa, and Zeta photos) or a Digitalis 5m inflatable dome. Click on an image for a larger view.
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Digitarium Æthos 2.5k Projection Photos
These photos were taken projecting a preview release of Nightshade NG Professional on a 2.5k pixel diameter center-mount Æthos system.
Digitarium Kappa Projection Photos
Shuttle photograph credit: GeoGraphics Imaging.
Digitarium Zeta Projection Photos
Digitarium Epsilon Projection Photos
Digitarium Gamma Projection Photos
Digitarium Delta 1 Projection Photos
In July, our first Beginners' Session using the [Digitarium Alpha] planetarium was a big hit -- it was hard to get people to go outside and look at the REAL stars, although it was a beautiful night.
— Catherine Koehler, Battle Point Astronomical Association, Bainbridge Island, WA