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Orlando Science Center Launches Cobra Exhibit

on Tuesday, 31 May 2016. Posted in May 2016

Immersive visual interactive experience with the physics fundamentals

Through the use of three Elumenati Cobra 1.8m Panoramas, Orlando Science Center recently premiered a new permanent exhibit, Kinetic Zone, which uses interactive displays to encourage visitors to explore the fundamentals of forces, such as electricity, gravity, physics, Newton’s Laws and more. To illustrate how real world physics is interpreted in the virtual world, visitors engage in an active exploration of the fundamentals of physics. The Cobra Panoramas provide an immersive experience that reflects real world rules and outcomes. Each Elumenati Cobra Panorama system features an Elumenati image generating computer and an Optoma EH500 projector (4,700 lumens, 1920×1080). Programming is based on Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D flight simulation software and the Assetto Corsa racing simulation. Both platforms work instantly on the curved display using the Cobra’s warping software.

Alexander Bradley Managing Director at Cobra Simulation said "What a fantastic exhibit, it really does demonstrate how versatile the Cobra platform is. Having a product that looked great was one the companies top objectives, making this type of exhibit possible. It is rewarding to see that The Elumenati and The Orlando Science Centre have worked hard to not only produce a stunning exhibit but equally to ensure the exhibit helps visitors to learn about the science of our world for years to come."

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