Open to the public from the 4th of May 2023 at the AMNH, New York
A voyage into nature’s hidden realms—from the depths of the ocean to the DNA strands in all living organisms. Invisible Worlds is a new 360-degree immersive experience opening May 4, 2023, as part of the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation at the American Museum of Natural History.
Housed in a custom venue, Invisible Worlds is the latest presentation innovation, part of the Museum’s long tradition of transporting visitors across the world via its iconic habitat dioramas and throughout the universe in its science-visualization-driven Hayden Planetarium Space Shows.
Just as the 180-degree planetarium dome creates the experience of looking up at the night sky, Invisible Worlds is designed to evoke the relationship humans have within nature—vast and ever-changing—in a wide, oval space with 23-foot-high walls and a mirrored ceiling that surrounds visitors with projections at all scales.
For more about the Gilder Center, visit the AMNH website
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