Book your tickets for the Data Dome launch

The data Dome-logoThe Festival of the Future City comes to the city from 17-20 November 2015 and as part of this, Bristol is Open will be launching the Data Dome on Wednesday 18 November as the latest development on Bristol’s digital scene.

Launch night will take viewers on an immersive journey of how the Data Dome could be used to visualise Bristol in new ways and how this unique facility could be used to innovate around gaming, learning and citizen engagement.

Book your tickets for the public launch show on Wednesday 18 November with performances at 8pm.  Tickets are priced at £7 online and £6 for concessions – £8 on the door.

The 50 minute showcase includes

  • a tour around the city exploring key indicators of Bristol’s quality of life alongside some of the challenges facing the city
  • hear the Dome talkback!
  • how 3D could be used to visualise data and the city
  • a visit to another planet to experience 3D planetarium content

Inside the dome

More about the Data Dome

Information is beautiful, especially when it’s developed for and shown in the UK’s only 3D 4K immersive presentation space, which is connected to a dedicated high performance computer at the University of Bristol.

Bristol is Open

The Data Dome is part of Bristol Is Open – a collaboration between the technology, media & telecommunications industry, universities, local communities, and local and national government. Bristol Is Open is a joint venture between Bristol City Council and the University of Bristol. It is a digital urban R&D test bed to develop smart city projects, including the Data Dome, as part of the world’s first open programmable city region.

Bristol is Open logo

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