Embarking on an intergalactic journey would never have been so possible. A mega project is being built in Cali, a benchmark for science and technology that will make the capital of the Valley the epicenter of innovation; Its about San Fernando Technological Innovation Parkan infrastructure that will house, among other spaces, the first planetarium in southwestern Colombia.
“We must look at this park not only from the structural point of view, we have also contracted the technology that goes into it, within that contract is the whole issue of the planetarium that we are going to deliver working with state-of-the-art technology, this is a very important component. strong and we are at the forefront of this process, verifying that each request is fulfilled, looking at the software model, seating and technology, among many other things”, highlighted Diana Muñoz, coordinator of Parque San Fernando.
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The official added that the investment for the endowment of the work is $6.800 million and that the expectations are very high, given that this space is expected to serve the citizenry and the appropriation of knowledge.
According to the information provided, this space will combine technology, ingenuity and the most original audiovisual productions, offering its attendees an immersive and unparalleled experience.
“The Cali planetarium is expected to be the most modern in the country since it will have the latest technology available in the world, as well as a projection system with 4K resolution and access to science databases. Likewise, the planetarium has been thought of as a place that motivates other visualization concepts as well as audiovisual producers to tell stories and there will be that showcase of immersive productions”, explained Carlos Augusto Molina, director of the Bogotá Planetarium.
Finally, the District administration announced that the delivery of this project that makes a park of the five parks for life, will be in December.
John Jairo Moldon Rossi
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Publication date 05/23/2023
Last modification 05/23/2023