We are thrilled to announce the successful completion of our latest planetarium project: we had the distinct privilege of enhancing the visitor experience at The Archenhold-Sternwarte, Germany’s oldest and largest public observatory, located in the picturesque Treptower Park in Berlin.

Our team installed a sophisticated Image Generator equipped with Digistar software, designed to integrate seamlessly with the planetarium existing Zeiss opto-mechanical system. This hybrid approach preserves the charm of traditional planetarium while incorporating modern digital technology to provide stunning, high-resolution displays of celestial phenomena.

The Archenhold-Sternwarte is not only an observatory but a full-fledged astronomical complex that includes the historic “Great Refractor” telescope, the Einstein Hall, the Zeiss-Kleinplanetarium, and a Museum of Astronomy. These facilities collectively offer an in-depth look at the universe, the solar system, and the development of astronomy. Our technological enhancements are designed to augment these educational offerings, allowing visitors to discover the dimensions of the universe and marvel at astronomical wonders like a giant iron meteorite in an entirely new way.

With this installation, The Archenhold-Sternwarte is set to continue its tradition of bringing the wonders of the cosmos to the public, enriched with the capabilities of modern technology. This blend of historical heritage and contemporary innovation ensures that the observatory remains a leading destination for astronomical education and exploration.