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Einstein in the Dome: Project KopfKino

Stiftung Planetarium Berlin, Einstein-Stiftung Berlin | Dietmar Schmitz

A fascinating journey through the universe of science

The project KopfKino is a collaborative research study combining neuroscience and architecture through immersive communication tools and cutting-edge technology. Bringing together insights from both fields the project aims at designing improved urban environments based on positive human experiences.

Dr. Prateep Beed, Sergey Prokofyev and Einstein-Professor Dietmar Schmitz invite the audience to a full immersive 360° presentation about navigation, space and the perception of the urban environment. The speakers will introduce the audience to how humans perceive space and how they navigate in it. And they will talk about how they use immersive imaging technology like the “Neuro-Space Dome” to investigate human interaction in physical space. They do this by guiding the audience through a virtual city of their own creation. Immersive imaging technology not only enables impressive visual effects. 360° imaging makes it possible to study navigation in space and human response to architecture before buildings are built and without requiring people to move. The combination of neuroscience, architecture and immersive tools allows researchers to understand what human-friendly cities look like and architects to design them.

PUBLIC TALK AT THE ZEISS-GROßPLANETARIUM. PLEASE REGISTER.

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Zeiss-Großplanetarium
Prenzlauer Allee 80
Berlin, Berlin 10405 Germany

Einstein-Professor for Neuroscience

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