Schools are a breakout market for the Magic Planet, first sold to NASA and to museums. If you want to know how Global Imagination is positioning itself as an indispensable educational tool in the US and Chinese market, you can read the full article in the InformationWeek site.
EdTech DIgest has recognized the Magic Planet as one of the coolest, most effective classroom tools of 2014. For more information, you can read the full article on the EdTech Digest site.
Stockholm University educates students from Kindergarten to grade 5 on climate change using interactive activities on the Magic Planet. For more information view the original article (in Swedish only) here.
The K•A•CARE exhibition in Saudi Arabia features a number of internally-illuminated and externally-projected effects on spherical screens, but as one of the project creators told us, it’s the Magic Planet that is “the center-piece in this very-futuristic showroom.”
A Magic Planet digital video globe shared the stage with Apollo 16 Astronaut Charles Duke at the opening of the”NASA – A HUMAN ADVENTURE” traveling exhibition in Istanbul, Turkey. See the photo on Facebook!
Exhibit developer, Ideum has partnered with the Miami Science Museum to create an exciting eight-screen, multi-user Magic Planet exhibit about climate change. Best of all, they’ll be sharing this exhibit with all Magic Planet customers. For more information, contact our office.
Charles County Public School Superintendent, James E. Richmond has won the 2011 Alan Shepard Technology in Education Award for his role in helping bring STEM-focused education to the students in his school system. One of the projects mentioned in the press release is the inclusion of Magic Planets in Charles County Public Schools. Click here to read […]
The Gippsland Water Factory in Australia has won an impressive award for it’s new facility that features a Magic Planet display. Read the press release here.
The Magic Planet had a magic appearance in EdTechDigest, where it was labeled as “the evolution as one of the classroom staples”, and compared with other staples such as chalkboards and textbooks, that evolved into interactive whiteboards and tablets respectively. You can read the full article by visiting EdTechDigest.com or clicking here.
The Poughkeepsie Journal highlights the benefits of using the Magic Planet as an tool to education your children about the environment, so they can be taught about global warming and other complex environmental problems when the time is right. You can read the full article here.