The Imaginarium is an artful recreation of a fixture of the Stanford Design Program from its early experimental days in the 1960s. It is a space to encourage creativity, alternative thinking and playful interaction. The interior of the dome is equipped for complete media immersion with hemispherical video projection, surround sound audio and even climate control. It is a tool for education, research and entertainment. Rich media and modular, sustainable engineering merge to create a unique space.
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This project is in collaboration with Michael Turri (Stanford Product Design). The Imaginarium was installed in the subterranean End Station III facility of the Hansen Experimental Physics Laboratory (HEPL) on the Stanford campus from December 2010 – June 2012. It served as the primary experimental laboratory for the Imaginary Lab.