Experience a new dimension of travel through space and time. Immerse yourself into a realm of breathtaking 3D imagery and behold incredible high-definition visuals in jumbo, 16×9-meter format!
Deep Space delivers incomparable spectacles—nowhere else on Earth can you experience photographic images, films, animation sequences and 3D applications at such high resolution in these dimensions. A total of eight 1080p HD and Active Stereo-capable Barco Galaxy NH12 projectors let you enjoy crystal-clear, 16×9-meter images displayed on the Deep Space’s wall and floor. And as if that weren’t enough, a viewing platform arrayed 5 meters up provides just the right vantage point from which to enjoy the whole mind-blowing scene!
FASCINATING – ENTERTAINING – AWE-INSPIRING
Deep Space offers you the opportunity to travel to far-away or long-vanished places and to see things you’ve never feasted your eyes on before! You can blast off on a journey through the entire known universe, ski at 140 km/h down Kitzbühel’s Streif, the world’s most challenging downhill run, take a stroll through Thebes in ancient Egypt, or populate a cartoon ocean with sea creatures you design yourself. Artworks of incredible beauty will enchant you; you’ll marvel at impressive images from diverse domains of science and art; the death-defying stunts of extreme athletes will literally take your breath away!
The popping of flashbulbs was tremendous on the evening of September 1, 2012. Tens of thousands of spectators pulled out simultaneously their digital camera or their smartphone during the voestalpine Klangwolke in the Danube Park, shot at the same time a picture of their surroundings and sent them to Ars Electronica. The result is the largest snapshot that ever existed, and which is now available inside the Deep Space as a high-resolution mosaic to interested visitors. Ask an infotrainer if you want to zoom into this unique collection of photos or just want to see the whole big picture.Read More
The Mangarium in Ars Electronica’s Deep Space is a 300-m2 virtual aquarium populated by comic fish drawn by internationally-renowned comic artists and heir up-and-coming young colleagues! A project in conjunction with NEXTCOMIC Festival 2011, March 4-11, 2011 http://mangarium.aec.at/Read More
With Kenneth A. Huff at Deep Space, you will see something that you have never seen before, but also something that is vaguely familiar. Inspired by the random, yet structured beauty and minute details of nature (flora, fauna and mineral), his very high resolution images are creating an illusion of reality even while you are [...]Read More
This is a virtual 3D impression of a historical treasure, the royal city of Thebes that has been a UNESCO Cultural Heritage site since 1979. In the remains of this almost 5,000-year-old realm of pharaohs, real objects are reproduced at 1 centimeter per pixel. The extraordinary aesthetics of the real data illustrate state-of-the-art approaches to [...]Read More
Explore the world’s largest temple complex and discover the diversity of mythic Apsaras, demigod dancers made of stone. The real data gathered by 3D laser scanners are also being used in conjunction with the job of stabilizing various monuments on the Angkor site. credit: CyArk (Sponsored by: Kacyra Family Foundation (KFF))Read More
Beauvais Cathedral’s audacious design has led to the structure’s collapse twice already. This Gothic masterpiece, the highest-vaulted cathedral in the world, has now been digitally preserved via 3D laser scanner. Visitors to Deep Space can now explore the partially colored real data. credit: CyArk (Sponsored by: Kacyra Family Foundation (KFF), National Science Foundation (NSF), THE [...]Read More
The Piazza del Duomo featuring the world’s most famous tilted building, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, is depicted in Deep Space by an image consisting of 256,653,388 individual laser points. Stereoscopically projected, the point-cloud model with a maximum deviation of 3mm delivers an architecturally precise impression of the real space. credit: CyArk (Sponsored by: CNR-ISTI [...]Read More
This spectacular civilization built into massive stone cliffs is full of secrets. In Deep Space, you can explore the archeological site of a highly developed American Indian tribe, the Anasazis. Protected as a national park, Mesa Verde is silent testimony to the unique social community that settled on this “green plateau” in the 6th century. [...]Read More
Virtual Pompeii? What is probably the world’s largest completely contiguous urban ruin was preserved over the centuries by the ashes spewed by an outbreak of Mount Vesuvius in the year 79. This was also the first cultural heritage site to be preserved with 3D laser-scan technology. The data that forms the basis for Deep Space’s [...]Read More
A 3D laser scan provided the real data as the basis for a model in which interior and exterior views are combined to provide an overall impression of Nürnberg, Germany’s Saint Sebald Church that was almost totally destroyed during World War II. In Deep Space, you can experience, in addition to impressive cultural treasures, the [...]Read More
The virtual depiction of Tikal puts you right on-site in the ancient Maya civilization’s largest city. You’ll explore temples whose dimensions amazed even the archeologists involved in their excavation! High-definition photography by xRez Studio, Inc. provided precise values for the coloration of 3D models produced from real data. credit: CyArkRead More
Urban structures, vast landscapes, extreme locations, ingenious nature – the large scale panoramic images created by xRez Studio and the unique projection system at Deep Space synthesize the fascination of zooming deeper and deeper into unpredictable details of photography and the sublimity of panoramic views. Many days of uninterrupted processing for a single image to [...]Read More
The image, taken through high, whispy white clouds over Washington D.C., shows the monuments along the National Mall and masses of people between the Capitol and the Lincoln Memorial. Among the many interesting features in the image are the clusters of people gathered around large jumbotron screens. Geoeye-1 is able to discern objects on the [...]Read More