Global Imagination

Video Page: See the Magic Planet in Action!


“Sky's the Limit” weather research using Magic Planet at SSEC and CIMSS aired on the Big Ten Network. - New!

OMSI partners with KGW News in Portland, OR. - New!

WXII News Greensboro, NC shows the new ACC Hall of Champions. - New!

American Museum of Natural History on ABC News.

Global Imagination and the Magic Planet on NBC 11 News.

Global Imagination and the Magic Planet on TechNow DTV show.



CUSTOMER SUBMITTED VIDEOS: - Magic Planet user demonstrating various satellite animations - New!
- Customer showing ultraviolet auroral images on their Magic Planet - New! - Video developer explaining unique ways to use the Magic Planet to display content - New! - Museum visitor shows-off touchscreen and Magic Planet exhibit - New! - Montage of various types of content on a Magic Planet - New! - User showing various NOAA content on their Magic Planet - New! - Astronomy teacher demonstrates his Magic Planet - New! - Magic Planet fan filming demo of Magic Planet at trade show - New! - John C. Freeman Weather Museum - Tellus Science Museum (Cartersville, GA) showing pangea - Museum of Science (Boston, MA) showing weather animations - Museum Victoria (Australia) demonstrates their exhibit



Dr. Hesham El-Askary of Chapman University discusses undergraduate research in Earth and Environmental Sciences using the Magic Planet. - New!

The EU Beaming Project team creates a Kinect-enabled Magic Planet that tracks users with a virtual head. - New!

Last Horizon is a multi-user game running on the Magic Planet. It was developed by students of Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Center (ETC).

Carnegie Mellon University Students’ Flickr App for the Magic Planet.

The Eye is a "toy" made by the Hatch team from Carnegie Mellon University's ETC.

Hrvoje Benko of Microsoft demonstrates a multi-user, multi-touch Magic Planet – a Microsoft R&D project.

Microsoft’s Hrvoje Benko and the new “Touch Sphere” on Channel 10 of Redmond, WA. 

"Sphere" is a multi-user, multi-touch-sensitive spherical display developed at Microsoft Research.



The Magic Planet Video

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