Servare Intaminatum - 180 years of Athens Observatory
The National Observatory of Athens is founded in 1842, it is the oldest research foundation in Greece, as it was the first scientific research institute built after Greece became independent in 1829, and one of the oldest research institutes in Southern Europe. For 180 years offers its services to research, science, and society. This 25 min Planetarium show is dedicated to the history of National Observatory of Athens and it presents the modern and historical telescopes in Athens, Kryoneri and Helmos.
About the film
Film director Theofanis Matsopoulos has used hi-end fulldome video filming techniques that will take you on a journey through the infrastructures of Athens Observatory like never before!
The composer Konstantino Polizois has used Dolby Atmos audio mix.
Dolby Atmos audio is a breakthrough in audio technology that provides a truly immersive sound experience. It uses object-based audio that allows sound to move around the listener in three-dimensional space, creating an unparalleled level of realism. With Dolby Atmos, sound can come from above, below, and all around, creating an incredibly immersive experience. This technology is especially effective in video, as it can add a greater level of realism and emotion to the visual experience. Dolby Atmos is now available on many streaming services and in selected FullDome theaters.
Duration - 25 min
Target audience - All age groups upwards of 12 years
Format - Fulldome
Orientation - Unidirectional
Resolution - 1k, 2k, 3k, 4k (FullDome)
Production - Theofanis Matsopoulos
Languages - English, Greek (ask for other languages)
Price - Contact
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