In Fall of 2009, I started working with some brilliant physicists. They introduced me to a full dome digital theater. It was the coolest entertainment experience I'd ever had. Naturally, I began working at one immediately. I loved being completed surrounded by the movies and programs.

I started by learning the system (SkyScan) and was soon operating the theater. It was a set of dual projectors run by eight computers. Not only did it allow for your standard astronomy presentation, but the venue encouraged seeing everything from a new perspective. One of my favorite ways to drive the theater was to zoom in on a 3-D model of a rat skeleton and take the audience on a roller coaster ride through it's spinal column. From learning to operate the system, I graduated to producing content and falling in love with fisheye lenses.