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Omni-Theatre — SE Asia's First 8K 3D Digital Dome Theatre
The Omni-Theatre uses state-of-the-art digital projectors and powerful digital planetarium software to present fulldome shows of unrivalled digital resolution and brightness.
A key highlight is our 3D dome movie which is the first of its kind in SE Asia. It uses active 3D technology to provide the sharpest images and the most immersive experience.
With Asia's largest seamless dome screen (23m), specially designed seating configuration and surround-sound effects, you will be enthralled by an experiential learning journey like no other!
Earth, Moon & Sun
Join Coyote, an amusing character adapted from Native American oral traditions, as he explores the relationship between the Earth, Moon and Sun, and how these celestial bodies work together. Watch as Native American stories unfold and distinguish myth from science.
Robots (Approx: 40mins)
Today's robots are nothing short of astonishing. Those coming in the not-too-distant future are simply revolutionary - and they are becoming eerily like us. ROBOTS showcases the latest developments - the successes and failures - of robotics around the world. It is a fascinating and fun look at what makes us human and how humanoids are already changing our world. Robot "actor" RoboThespian will introduce you to CHIMP, ATLAS, PR-2, Herb the Butler, ICUB, and others as he takes you on an amazing tour of what's going on in robotics labs around the world.
Aurora: Lights of Wonder (Approx: 35min)
Winner of 2017 Janus Astro Award (11th Fulldome Festival) and the 2016 Audience Award (Int’l Planetarium Movie Festival).
The Aurora, Mother Nature’s very own celestial light show, has fascinated mankind for centuries. And for some travellers and stargazers, viewing auroras is one of the most highly desired experiences in life.
From the comfort of your theatre seat, journey to frigid Yellowknife, Canada, to join fellow travellers awaiting the elusive appearance of these beautiful dancing lights. ¬Learn about the science behind auroras - aurora borealis (the Northern Lights) and the aurora australis (the Southern Lights); about auroral colours, substorm, mythology and more!
Enjoy the fascinating and ethereal visual display of real-time images of auroras filmed with ultra-high sensitivity cameras. Pictures cannot fully capture auroras as they are; as an actual aurora would move faster as it becomes brighter. For the first time in the world, astro-photographer O-Cheol KWON managed to film the entire night sky in 4K resolution (by connecting several cameras) during an aurora substorm in 2015.
Come witness the beauty and grandeur of auroras!
- The movie includes a 10-min planetarium show “Waiting Far Away”, a showcase of astronomy art animations which mixes imagination and real data. It also features a scene with animated auroras.
Live Planetarium Show
(A live presentation conducted by a Master Science Educator)
Exploring New Worlds (Approx: 30min)
Come learn about human space exploration, what we have discovered and how close we are to discovering new worlds.
Approximately 30-40 minutes depending on show title
Rating / Age Limit
- Free admission for infants in arms and children below 3 years old, but must accompany by adult with ticket and not occupy seat.
- Children 3 years and above must purchase a ticket for entry.
- Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.
- Movie/show starts punctually. Please arrive 15mins before showtime (free seating within TOP section).
Photography / Video Recording Rules
- No Flash Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is permitted for this event .