Whichever option you choose, you get huge, immersive screens with wraparound sound and vision –
to immerse you in the action and stimulate the senses from every direction.
The 6-metre dome is a compact,
Footprint: 6m (19’8”) diameter
Height: 3m (9’8”)
Build time: 9-10 hours
Used by clients like Adidas, The Fire Service College, Schneider Electric, Capita, ICRC, CH2MHill, BP, NATS and
The 9-metre dome has a large capacity, yet it’s still quite mobile. Reaching right down to the floor, the screens are extremely immersive, making it ideal for individual or team simulation exercises and experiential marketing programmes. Some clients have also used it as an annex to a larger dome – creating a complete Igloo-plex.
Footprint: 9m (29’5”) diameter
Height: 4m (13’2”)
Build time: 12-14 hours
Used by clients like Martini, QinetiQ, Colgate-Palmolive, BBC, Nissan, Yorkshire Water, and the Ministry of Defence.
The 12.5-metre dome offers an astounding 360° projection experience for up to 150 people. It can also accommodate vehicles and other installations, which makes it perfect for sophisticated simulation exercises or product launches.
Footprint: 12.5m (41’) diameter
Height: 5.7m (18’8”)
Build time: 18-20 hours
Used by clients like Exxon Mobil, Historic Royal Palaces, Snow Bombing, Smirnoff, SKY, BASF, and Nissan.
The 21-metre dome is a cavernous immersive space that can accommodate anything up to 750 people. It’s great for large-scale simulations, as well as immersive events and corporate hospitality happenings.
Footprint: 21m (68’10”) diameter
Height: 9.5m (31'2'')
Build time: 20-24 hours
It’s used by clients like SKY, Telus, Vodafone and ICCI (for the 2012 Olympics) – and you may well have seen it on the global festival circuit at events like The Big Chill, Exit, Feest in Het Park and Primavera.