Loch Ness Productions is involved in many projects that bring astronomy to the public, both in and outside the dome. Choose a link to get a look at some of the fascinating projects in which we've participated. Then, contact us for more details about how we can help your institution or group communicate science.
Our innovative streaming service provides a cost-effective method for budget-mindful planetarians to access the world's popular fulldome shows.
Our dedicated site for bringing fulldome content direct to consumers — in 360° spherical video form, for viewing in VR headsets and mobile devices.
We created 28 podcasts for the 365 Days of Astronomy project during the International Year of Astronomy, as well as a set of podcasts for the Astronomical Society of the Pacific.
We've produced online audio and video presentations for such wide-ranging clients as the Astronomical Society of the Pacific and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Haystack Observatory. And, we've created short subjects that appear as part of software packages by companies such as Software Bisque.
We've provided writing services for major science museums and observatories, including exhibits for Griffith Observatory, the California Academy of Sciences, and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
We have provided technical science writing and editing services for research institutions such as Gemini Observatory — where Carolyn Collins Petersen served as Associate Editor for GeminiFocus — and Subaru Telescope.