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Montreal planetarium brings city scenes to big screen with groundbreaking 360-degree film

Saturday, January 13, 2018 3:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

When the lights go down under the big dome at the Montreal planetarium, the audience is transported — not to a far-away moon or alien solar system, but to a surprisingly familiar scene.

Captured in high-quality 360-degree video, images of Montreal in summer flood the 18-metre screen: drummers beat their tam-tams in front of the Georges-Étienne Cartier monument in Mount Royal Park, locals ride bikes on tree-shaded paths, young people balance on slack lines strung between two trees. Read more.



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