The Worldviews Network is a collaboration of science centers and planetariums across the United States who are using immersive visualization technology and live events to help communities better understand how global environmental change affect their lives. As a partner institution funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for three years, members of the Worldviews production team located in the Visualization Studio are producing planetarium programs and live events in the Morrison Planetarium, the GeoDome theater, and at partner institutions around the country.
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