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Cell! Cell! Cell! launches to the public on Saturday 2nd June at INTECH Science Centre & Planetarium. Audience members will join characters Raj and Sooki to dive into the busy world of cells, watching ‘alien trees’ and wriggling ‘slugs’ fly past on a giant 360o Fulldome screen.  

This is the story of the trillions of cells that form our bodies, from our beginnings as a single cell to the complexity of a whole body: it’s the story of who we are.

Later in the year this show will be rolled out across the UK and sold internationally.

The film was produced by INTECH Science Centre & Planetarium, NSC Creative and funded by the Wellcome Trust.

 

About INTECH Science Centre & Planetarium

A popular visitor attraction and school visits destination, it is an educational charity which aims to enthuse people about science and technology. The Astrium Planetarium, the largest-capacity planetarium in the UK, uses digital multi-projector technology and a cinema-grade surround-sound system to present dramatic visual shows on its 17 metre hemispheric screen. http://www.intech-uk.com

About NSC Creative

NSC Creative is an award winning computer animation studio that specialises in immersive films for Fulldome and Stereoscopic 3D with over 12 years of experience. The studio offers a full production service for bespoke, original, high-end content with the wow factor guaranteed. They are the largest producer of high-quality digital planetarium shows in Europe, selling over 200 licenses around the world in over 30 countries. http://nsccreative.com/

About the Wellcome Trust

The Wellcome Trust is a global charitable foundation dedicated to achieving extraordinary improvements in human and animal health. It supports the brightest minds in biomedical research and the medical humanities. The Trust’s breadth of support includes public engagement, education and the application of research to improve health. It is independent of both political and commercial interests. http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/

 

Cell! Cell! Cell! a new 360' Fulldome digital planetarium film now showing!