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THE STORY OF EARTH TEACHER'S PREVIEW IMAX MELBOURNE

Sian Williams

The teacher's preview of The Story of Earth was to bring together Victorian teachers and present the educational nature of the film and its corresponding curriculum relevance. Additionally, Museum Victoria was present to outline the relevant geological/planetary science exhibits and educational outreach that can also be included in a school field trip when visiting the museum and IMAX theatre.

Guests included Bek Bates Museums Victoria Program Coordinator, Sciences (Museums Victoria), both Professor Martin Van Kranendonk and PHD candidate Tara Djokic who starred in the film. Dr Rebecca Allen Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing, Swinburne University of Technology and one of the lead scientists in the film, PHD candidate, Tara Djokic.


The Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing at Swinburne was instrumental in achieving the immersive CGI moments. Their incredibly powerful supercomputer system rendered stereo K resolution simulations and images, one of which included a billion independent particles. All of which created these amazing visual moments of our Earth's evolution.