January 2013 - ARC expands our Loveland, Colorado production facility more than doubeling our manufacturing space.
December 2012 - The OmniGlobe is highlighted in an article about Climate Change in the Summer/Fall 2012 issue of "Public Garden" as a self directed teaching tool that provides "ample shares of science and inspiration". The article can be found on pages 19-20 of Volume 27 by clicking on the following link:
September 2012 - ARC Science installs the first 48" diameter Dual WUXGA projector OmniGlobe at the Buffalo Museum of Science in Buffalo, New York. The new Dual 48" OmniGlobe is the highest resolution, brightest configuration to date and looks spectacular!
September 2011 - Virginia Tech Museum of Geosciences adds a 32" OmniGlobe as an "innovative teaching tool" used by several departments. Click on the following link to view the article:
February 2011 - OmniGlobe used for Research and Fun at Old Dominion University. Click on the following link to view the article:
January 2011 - OmniGlobe used at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Click on the following link to view the YouTube video:
March 2008 - ARC installed it's first suspended, High Definition 60" OmniGlobe spherical display system at the prestigious Technorama museum in Winterthur, Switzerland. Click here to view the press release and photos.
February 2008 - ARC Developed the 1st 1080p High Definition Dual Projector 60" spherical display system.
In 2007 ARC moved to a larger facility to accommodate growth.
In 2006 ARC developed and installed its first 32” spherical display system.
In 2006 ARC developed and installed the first dual projector 60” spherical display system at the San Diego Natural History Museum. Dual systems using two wide format projectors significantly increase image resolution and brightness.
In 2005 ARC developed the Enhanced Contrast Screen for the OmniGlobe, greatly enhancing image quality under brighter ambient lighting conditions.
In 2003 ARC installed the first 60” spherical display system in Japan.
In 2002 ARC installed the first self contained spherical display system. An 80” sphere installed in the Indiana State Museum.
During 2000-2001 ARC developed the OmniGlobe spherical display system.
In 1999 ARC developed a hemispherical display system called the DayGlobe.