Everyone's Universe: A Guide to Accessible Astronomy Places (second edition)
This book by Noreen Grice explores ways to provide universal access to educational science programs through mobility access, low vision and tactile access, specialized environments, assistive technology, and non-hearing access. The book includes a guide to accessible science museums, planetariums, and observatories in the USA.
NOTE: This book is included with new U.S. Digitarium systems.
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Wow! The Digitalis projector is a true innovation for portable planetaria. It is compact, one-piece and easily transported -- no more multiple cylinders, no more tiny planet pieces or moon magnets. The software it contains increases a hundredfold (maybe more) the capacity of topics we can do in the portable planetarium... Thank you, Digitalis!
— Elizabeth Wiles, (formerly at) Pacific Science Center, Seattle, WA