Film screening at HUBWeek 2017. Photo: Ariane Kris - NEST Immersion

Infinite Horizons is an animated 360 fulldome film completed in 2014. The film won 'Best Use of Dome' at Fulldome UK 2014, with jury statement "Elegant and minimal understated immersion. Great soundscape." 
Select screenings include B3 Biennial of the Moving Image, IMMERSPHERE, HUBweek 2017, ART OF 360’ Reeperbahn Festival, Burning Man Fulldome Experience by Immersive Media Experiences, Boom Festival 2016, Geneva Film Festival, Immersive Film Festival - IFF’15, The 6th International Festival of Scientific Visualization, Fiske Full Dome Film Festival, IMERSA Summit 2015, Athens ANIMFEST: Marathon, Designing for Domes: Finding the Centre, Fulldome BR, Fulldome UK, 8th Fulldome Festival Jena
LOGLINE: A flight through an abstract landscape challenges perceptions of the horizon.
PROJECT OVERVIEW 
Role: Director/Animator
Sound Design: Diana Reichenbach
Client: None
Run Time: 2:37
Completed: 2014 
A fisheye projection of the film.
Film screening at Fulldome Brazil in 2015.
Thad Anderson rehearsing with visuals from Infinite Hoizons (Photo: Chris Brannan)
Film screening at HUBWeek 2017. Photo: Dave Green
Film screened at the VIP event for HUBWeek 2017. Photo: Sophie Le Meillour
HUBWeek 2017 Photo: Dave Green
HUBWeek 2017. Photo: Dave Green
Infirnite Horizons at HUBWeek in Boston 2017. Photo: Dave Green
Infirnite Horizons at HUBWeek in Boston 2017. Photo: Dave Green
Infinite Horizons won Best Use of Dome at Fulldome UK in 2014.
The film screened in the I.M.E dome at Burningman in 2016.
The dome at Art of 360 Festival in Reeperbahn, Germany 2017.
The film premiered the Jena festival in Germany in 2014. Presenting in the Planetarium.
The Zeiss Planetarium in Jena Germany. Photo: Chris Brannan
The Zeiss Planetarium in Jena Germany. Photo: Chris Brannan
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