The HIVE "dome"
The HIVE "dome"

Photographer: Sam Proctor - Curtin University

The HIVE "wedge" digital diptych
The HIVE "wedge" digital diptych

Photographer: Sam Proctor - Curtin University

The HIVE "cylinder" screen
The HIVE "cylinder" screen

Photographer: Sam Proctor - Curtin University

The HIVE "matrix" 4x3 HD display
The HIVE "matrix" 4x3 HD display

Photographer: Sam Proctor - Curtin University

BCOF family, Hiro, Kure, circa 1950
BCOF family, Hiro, Kure, circa 1950

photo courtesy of John Hoey

BCOF residences, Kure
BCOF residences, Kure

photo courtesy of John Hoey

BCOF HQ and parade ground, Kure
BCOF HQ and parade ground, Kure

photo courtesy of John Hoey

BCOF "Rainbow Village", Nijimura
BCOF "Rainbow Village", Nijimura

photo courtesy of John Hoey

BCOF students, circa 1950
BCOF students, circa 1950

photo courtesy of John Hoey

BCOF troops and families, circa 1950
BCOF troops and families, circa 1950

photo courtesy of John Hoey

Destroyed midget-subs, Kure habour
Destroyed midget-subs, Kure habour

photo courtesy of John Hoey

Rebuilding Hiroshima, BCOF film 1947
Rebuilding Hiroshima, BCOF film 1947
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Exhibition samples

 

The HIVE facility offers a range of hyper-visualisation technologies including:

• an integrated matrix of 12 large HD screens,

• a 4 metre high 180 degree immersive dome,

• a two panel 'wedge' as a digital diptych, and

• a large anamorphic style 'cylinder' screen in a wide rectangluar format.

 

Fading Lights will also enable visitors the opportunity to explore augmented relaity using on-site iPhone and iPads displaying 360 degree panoramas of insde Hiroshima's world heritage protected Genbaku Dome. See "Download panoarams".