Affordable Digital Dome Solutions
for shared immersive experiences
Fulldome (360°) video environments allow large audiences to experience virtual worlds without the need for VR headsets, fostering eye-to-eye human connections while delivering powerful multi-sensory immersive experiencesWe are UK agents for Advanced Sensory Education & Entertainment (ASE), Go-Dome and ePlanetariumas well as fulldome film distributors for Mirage3D, Spitz Inc.Albedo Fulldome, AVI, Discovery Dome and Starlight Productions.

The UK's most popular indoor mobile dome with unique airlock doorway. Available from 4m to 10m diameter and raised up to 5 rings.

ASE offer 4 to 10m lightweight portable indoor domes with a classic design, striped colour options and adjustable heights. 

Fulldome (360°) Films

We distribute films from many leading fulldome film producers, as well as a growing library of free content.

Weatherproof, negative pressure outdoor geodesic domes 3m to 15m in diameter. Assembly time 2-6 hours by 1-2 people.

Negative pressure 5m, 6m and 8m geodesic domes for variable outdoor use. Assembly time 2-4 hours by 3 people.
Easily upgradable and almost 60% higher resolution than fisheye projection. This robust box comes with a Go-Vex mirror.
Easily upgradable and almost 60% higher resolution than fisheye projection. This stylish box comes with a Go-Vex mirror.

Easily upgradable and almost 60% higher resolution than fisheye projection. The single mirror improves light output.

Modular all-in-one easily transportable and upgradable projection stand. Almost 60% higher resolution than fisheye projection.

Easily upgradable and almost 60% higher resolution than fisheye projection. This lightweight box comes with an ASE mirror.

Spherical mirrors

Go-Vex and ASE first-surface spherical mirrors are durable and specifically designed for dome projection.

Bespoke applications are available, yet free software like Stellarium, Celestia and WWT make them almost unnecessary.

Have your audiences recline in comfort. Lightweight, durable, waterproof and fire resistant. Available in a range of colours.

Attract attention by adding personality to your Go-Dome with a decorative cover. Use your own artwork if you wish.

20 years experience, including consultants for the Macao Planetarium (China) and Peter Harrison Planetarium (London).

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Did You Know?

  • All our customers receive free technical support, free films and exclusive operational tips 'n tricks
    • eg. learn to screen a fulldome film while working / answering emails on the same laptop
  • Inflatable Go-Domes raised with one ring are less tall than non-raised equivalents and provide more useable space
  • ASE inflatable domes can be ordered with two adjustable heights
  • Geo-Go-Domes are available with horizontal or tilted domes - or both
  • Inflatable Go-Domes can be ordered with a sturdy wheelchair entrance
  • Spherical mirror projection is being used successfully in fixed domes as large as 15m and up to 20m in diameter
  • You can view an image gallery of spherical mirror installations from around the world here
  • Spherical mirror projectors can be upgraded easily, unlike fisheye lens projectors that require an expensive, projector-specific lens
  • Not all projectors are suitable for spherical mirror projection and this is how to test them
  • Unlike the original delicate mirrors, modern spherical mirrors are durable and can withstand touching and cleaning
  • Truncated fisheye projection (an attempt to increase the relatively poor resolution of fisheye systems) is very similar to spherical mirror projection
  • Spherical mirror projection provides between 28% better resolution (16:10 projectors) and 58% better resolution (16:9 projectors) than fisheye projection:
  • We also sell fisheye projectors. Yet customers hardly ever buy them because they are TRIPLE the cost of spherical mirror projection, with significantly lower resolution
  • Why then do people sometimes buy fisheye projectors?
    • they’re not aware of the new spherical mirror projection option
    • fisheye projection produces a full, uninterrupted horizon (whereas a spherical mirror creates small shadows on the dome behind it)
  • Yet consider this:
    • although some audience members may prefer a full, uninterrupted horizon; most won’t mind (or even notice) if you use the software to spin the sky around to show North, for example
    • it may be quaint to have the audience sit in a circle looking up at the sky (as if they’re outside), yet after 10-15min most people get bored of seeing stars (and very likely the sound of your voice!)
    • so next you’ll project astronomical images and video clips. Yet with fisheye projection such content needs to be radially symmetrical and positioned at dome zenith if the concentrically-seated audience is to enjoy it equally; limiting your choice of content
    • you’ll soon run out of radially symmetrical visuals (plus by now the audience is truly weary of your voice), so you decide to screen a fulldome film
    • yet 99.9% of fulldome films are unidirectional, which means at least half your audience will be watching the film upside down
      • you therefore ask everyone to move to the rear of the dome
      • this of course means that, as with a spherical mirror system, you can never completely fill your dome
    • With so many restrictions and limitations, is it worth paying up to $20,000 extra for a fisheye projection system, just so you can offer a 'full, uninterrupted horizon'? Your expensive fisheye system will risk falling into disuse and begin collecting dust in a storeroom somewhere
      • we are occasionally approached by fisheye system owners enquiring what they can do to make their systems as versatile as a spherical mirror system

Spherical Mirror Advantages

  • projector can be replaced or upgraded very easily

  • equipment is located at the back of the dome, freeing the centre with 20% more seating space

  • mirror less expensive to replace than fisheye lens
  • approx. 30-60% higher resolution (see up above)
  • can also be used to project on a wall or ceiling

Spherical Mirror Disadvantages

  • creates a small shadow at the back of the dome

  • slight image distortion at the back of the dome

  • beginners require brief set-up time to align mirror

Fisheye Projector Advantages

  • 100% dome coverage

  • slightly easier for beginners to set up

Fisheye Projector Disadvantages

  • lenses usually custom-made, making projector upgrade impossible without a new expensive lens

  • equipment is located at dome centre, taking up the best audience viewing area

  • audience can tamper with projector and cables
  • approx. 30-60% lower resolution (see up above)
  • significantly more expensive

  • often substantially heavier
  • In the English language the correct plural of planetarium is planetariums, not planetaria.

  • Low rate finance loans with no early repayment fees are available from Zopa, the world's first and Europe's largest peer-to-peer lending service (we used Zopa to purchase Dome Club Ltd's first planetarium over 10 years ago).
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