TIP: Select the header links to sort the listings!
PRODUCER links usually take you to their Web sites, opening in a new browser window or tab as all external links on our pages do. When sorted by PRODUCER, shows are listed in chronological order by YEAR.
The YEAR column typically indicates when the show was produced and/or released. When sorted by YEAR, shows are listed in alphabetical order by TITLE.
The DURATION column refers to a show's running time in minutes, though sometimes versions may exist that are edited to different lengths. When sorted by DURATION, shows are listed in alphabetical order by TITLE.
The GENRE column categorizes shows based on their content. These are subjective, since shows can contain elements of differing genres. When sorted by GENRE, shows are listed in alphabetical order by TITLE. We've chosen these six genres to classify shows:
|Arts / Entertainment||Biology / Inner Space||Culture / History|
|Earth / Space||Mythology / Holiday||Science Fiction|
The AUDIENCES column indicates the show's targeted age demographic. When sorted by AUDIENCES, shows are listed in alphabetical order by TITLE. We've chosen these three audiences to classify shows:
|Little ones (grades pre-K to 2)||Youth (grades 3 to 6)||General public (grades 6+)|
The "Topics" column indicates subject material addressed in the show. This column is not sortable, but it is searchable — use the "Find" function of your browser!
To be sure, we think the fulldome shows we create at Loch Ness Productions are great. But other talented producers are out there; we've worked on show projects with several of them. Over the years, we've compiled this list of fulldome titles, and we're sharing that information with you here. For the most part, these are the commercially-available shows we've seen advertised and displayed at the kinds of fulldome theaters we frequent. We think our list is a pretty comprehensive picture of what's on the market now, for customers shopping for shows.
However, there are some types of shows that we may omit:
• Non-fisheye flat-screen movies warped for dome projection (e.g., giant-screen films)
• "Home-brew" or "free-to-download" shows not intended for commercial distribution
• Amateur, student, or indie art projects, experimental tests, and shorts
• Shows unavailable in English, or that require live presenters.