The production of a visually stunning IMAX film will be the project’s centerpiece, highlighting the current excitement in the world of particle physics surrounding the Large Hadron Collider and the potential discoveries that await.
The production of the film comes at an exciting time for the Collider. With unprecedented power and research capacity, we have high hopes for discoveries surrounding dark Matter, extra dimensions, exotic particles, and more. Referred to by many as “Season 2” of the LHC, we will be on-site at the LHC to document these exciting discoveries and bring them to life in a way that only the Giant Screen can.
…as well as one of the greatest constructual and technological achievements to date, has led to a global collaboration of equal magnitude. Over 10,000 scientists from 100 different countries, hundreds of universities and research labs, as well as an exciting emergence of citizen scientists, have banded together to tackle the most fundamental questions of the Universe in which we live. What have they discovered? What lies ahead? Secrets of the Universe will bring this all to the giant screen.
The amazing thing about particle physics (and science, in general) is that it transcends culture, tradition, and history. Men and women, young and old, from countless backgrounds and ethnicities, are working together to further humankind’s understanding. The work being done has the potential to turn science fiction into science fact.
Asked and answered in a way that brings difficult topics down to earth. And an overall presentation relatable to EVERYONE.
We are proud to have been commissioned by the National Science Foundation to lead a project that will have a resounding impact on our society.
The project objectives are:
Although our grant moves us forward most of the way, we are seeking the additional neccessary funding from a crowdfunding campaign.
Our campaign on Indiegogo aims to engage the global community of people who are excited to highlight science’s place in society and it’s potential impact on our future.
Together we will all benefit from a world that is more involved in or supportive of frontier science.