Perhaps the Kentucky Derby Museum still has its 360 circular moving projection 
putting the viewers in the center of the track with all horses and sound 
blazing around them. 

Suzanne Quigley
917 676 9039

> On Nov 3, 2015, at 11:24 AM, Lloyd Swartz <> wrote:
> At the Institute of Texan Cultures in San Antonio, Texas, we have a dome made 
> up of individual screens of different sizes and shapes.  Built almost 50 
> years ago.  Originally had different types of film and slide projectors.  We 
> upgraded the dome to using video projectors.  According to the builder this 
> is the largest of this type of dome theaters.  Not all of the screens are 
> used.  This is a different type of dome theater from those with a single, 
> relatively flat surface.  Some screens stick out and others stick back.  Each 
> screen used requires it’s own projector.  This makes producing content a 
> challenge.
> Lloyd M. Swartz
> Media Specialist
> University of Texas in San Antonio
> Institute of Texan Cultures
> A Texas museum
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