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Kurtis J Ritchey: Spherical projection system. Litman Day & McMahon, April 7, 1987: US04656506 (61 worldwide citation)

A spherical projection system includes a spherical rear projection screen assembly of an extent such that a viewer sees projected images in any viewable direction, a plurality of image projectors which cooperate to project portions of a continuous panoramic scene onto all the viewable surfaces of th ...


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Michael A Starobin: Method and system for producing full motion media to display on a spherical surface. Honeywell International, Ingrassia Fisher & Lorenz P C, November 10, 2015: US09185374

A method and system for producing full motion media for display on a spherical surface is described. The method may include selecting a subject of full motion media for display on a spherical surface. The method may the include capturing the selected subject as full motion media (e.g., full motion v ...


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Eyre Julian Richard Simon: Fully immersive spherical projection system. Eyre Julian Richard Simon, October 22, 1997: GB2312273-A

A large, hollow, translucent sphere 2, four metres in diameter, provided with a means of entry for an observer, is supported by a ring of bearings 10, enabling the sphere to rotate in any direction. This rotation, caused by a walking motion of the enclosed observer, is transferred to a smaller spher ...


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Michael A Starobin: Method and System for Producing Full Motion Media to Display on a Spherical Surface. Honeywell International, Honeywell International, May 1, 2008: US20080100756-A1

A method and system for producing full motion media for display on a spherical surface is described. The method may include selecting a subject of full motion media for display on a spherical surface. The method may the include capturing the selected subject as full motion media (e.g., full motion v ...