Four New Shows Available from Loch Ness Productions

Immensely immersive, dazzlingly beautiful, refreshingly new, and Earth-shakingly dynamic -- all describe the latest shows we have selected to add to the Loch Ness Productions fulldome catalog of educationally diverse offerings!

Earthquake: Evidence of a Restless Planet

We're pleased and proud to add the latest from the California Academy of Sciences' Morrison Planetarium. This sweeping geological journey surveys the many forces that lead to changes on the surface of our planet, using data-driven visualizations and location photography to bring audiences a real feel for the tectonic forces that affect our planet and our lives.

This is a great show for planetary science and geology classes, as well as members of the public curious about just what causes earthquakes, and what we're learning about how best to prepare for them.

Into The Deep

There are two environments particularly suited to the immersive expanse of the dome: outer space and underwater scenes. From Austria's Ogrefish Filmproductions comes this exemplary documentary, combining marine biology and underwater geology with the fascinating history of deep-sea exploration. Audiences will experience dives to the "Lost City" and the RMS Titanic in the Atlantic, the famed Galapagos "black smokers", and the Challenger Deep, the lowest point of the Mariana Trench in the Pacific.

We have adapted Into The Deep's original script, and recorded a new narration — this time with California-based voiceover actor Jon Mohr making his first appearance on the Loch Ness Productions talent roster.

Chaos and Order

A virtuoso performance of animation and music, and a refreshingly different take on entertainment "light shows" -- a wonderfully choreographed journey into the world of mathematics visualization.  Media artists Rocco Helmchen and Johannes Kraas take audiences on a majestic trip through the fascinating world of mathematics.

This 40-minute tour de force goes beyond the functions and equations to show us how math is the underpinning of every structure and event in the cosmos. Learn the language of the cosmos in a whole new way, through this beautiful and breathtaking immersive program.

Cosmic Dance

And now, for a novel approach to quantum physics...

How do other cultures see the universe? What stories do they tell about the cosmos?

Cosmic Dance, from filmmaker Harald Singer at LivinGlobe, is an intriguing and thought-provoking show that explores the universe through the eyes of Leela, a beautiful young Canadian physics student and dancer, as she gets in touch with the cosmos through her cultural upbringing.

It's a fascinating tour of an exotic culture, and gives your audiences the chance to see the cosmos through Hindu eyes.

At Loch Ness Productions, we're always on the lookout to find the best the fulldome world has to offer, and to help you bring it to your audiences.  We welcome you to our Web site -- where you'll find trailers, full-length previews, prices, and online ordering for these fine fulldome shows.

www.lochnessproductions.com

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