Category Archives: Blogs
So I’ve been doing a LOT of downloading lately… And using Gigabit web servers to do the heavy lifting for me. It’s been an incredible learning experience sorting through SSH protocols, Unix commands, SFTP users, 100′s of gigabytes of data, … Continue reading
The Environmental Education Association of South Carolina is a non-profit association with a leadership role in environmental and natural resource conservation education in South Carolina. As a board member and chair of the communication committee, I took it upon myself … Continue reading
I came across this mailbox today while running through the woods. Odd at first, I soon learned that it was a message receptacle for nature viewings. Not only is it simply effective, but I think this is a wonderful concept … Continue reading
It makes little difference if your elementary school is in the heart of Manhattan or the prairies of South Dakota, or if you have major funding or a shoestring budget. You can deviate from the usual classroom curriculum by offering innovative … Continue reading
The No Child Left Inside movement is now a national coalition of over 1800 business, health, youth, faith, recreational, environmental, and educational groups representing over 50 million Americans. They have released this very inspiring video. Watch and enjoy!
Leadership Clinics What is a leadership clinic and why have them? The Leadership Clinic model is fundamentally different than any other state or national conference because it provides an intensive focus on organizational and leadership skill development for environmental education … Continue reading
INDIGO stands for Integrating Nature through Discovery, Inquiry and Going Outdoors. MyIndigo.net is the community hub for INDIGO instructors to watch new teacher training videos, share their success stories, and get assistance and advice. Click Here To Visit MyIndigo.net NOW! … Continue reading
I’ve Got My Troubles
Charleston Pour House for Alex B, Pericles, Nostalgia with VJ Soup & Powell On Thursday, May 20th, 2010 we un-veiled our new VJ rig at the Charleston Pour House for Alex B (Pnuma) w/ Pericles (Chronicles of the Landsquid) and … Continue reading
We have a great time using stellarium in the Dome! It is always nice to be able to point at a planet, or a nebula, and say, would you like to see more? We encourage all our visitors to go … Continue reading
Media Artist Nate Pagel created an immersive rainforest experience using both high definition (HD) video shot in several stunning locations and natural soundscapes by internationally-known sound sculptor and designer, Bernie Krause. Evocative of both place and the cycles of day … Continue reading
This weekend marked many celebrations and unions, one of which was Charleston’s Awakening the Dreamer Symposium. Here are a few videos highlighting what the movement is about. Consider beginning one for your area!
To get an idea of what the immersive environment is capable of take the time to watch this high-paced video about what some researchers are using their dome for.
U2 has just launched their 360 tour and I’m excited for them. It’s a bold step forward in production design in 360 degrees, but I believe it will become more popular in time. Perhaps the next step is to film … Continue reading
In celebration of the coming spring, I present to you “Seeds of Spring”, a fulldome time-lapse and stop-motion art piece the may inspire you to plant some seeds of your own! If you get the urge, check out Seeds Of … Continue reading
It’s no secret that I’m deeply fascinated by curved architecture and geodesic designs. The diversity, resonance, elegance, beauty… Explore for yourself. Namaste’
Welcome to the domies! It’s the culminative event in creative full-dome exploration and it’s now online in it’s entirety, so make some popcorn, get comfortable and ENJOY THE SHOW!