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Digitalis domes are made of our exclusive imported Nolux™ fabric. This durable, fire retardant fabric consists of six distinct layers which keep out stray light and enhance digital projection. Nolux makes blacks darker, for a noticeably more realistic black night sky simulation, and increases contrast by minimizing cross-reflection in the dome. Its matte gray projection surface even helps hide wrinkles.
Available in standard sizes from 4 to 7 meters (13-23 feet) in diameter, Digitalis domes are inflated with constant air pressure from a fan. The fan is infinitely adjustable from inside the dome, allowing whisper-quiet operation. A Digitalis dome and Digitarium planetarium system can be set up or taken down by one person in only 5 to 10 minutes.
We perform all dome construction and testing at our headquarters in Bremerton, Washington, USA. We have invested in state-of-the-art automation, high-tech tools and materials, and a skilled US workforce. The end result is product quality that is completely unmatched in the market, yet at extremely competitive prices.
Digitalis Domes Advantages:
We advise against using Digitalis domes outside due to the danger to audiences and equipment from sudden gusts of wind. This same advice applies to any inflatable dome that is not designed to be moored to the ground with cables.
Specifications and pricing for our standard models are shown below. We can also build custom sizes and configurations to meet special needs, such as shorter heights to accommodate short ceilings.
Entry and exit is through a 6 foot (2 meter department for any special requirements)
Height at zenith
Estimated seating capacity
45 adults or 60 young children
Approximate weight of dome alone
33 kg (72 pounds)
Digitalis Dome Duffel weight
6 kg (13 pounds)
Digitalis Dome Duffel packed dimensions
39 x 21 x 21 inches