Kavli Fulldome Lecture Live Stream Information
November 1 @ 7:30 pm CT
November 2 @ 12:00 pm
*Push the play button on one of the videos above to see when our live video begins, then hit “Set Reminder” to get a notification when it goes live.
Watch Live With Google Cardboard on Your Phone
Before The Lecture
Download the free Google Cardboard app from iTunes or Google Play. Follow the prompts to sync your phone to the viewer.
Download the YouTube app.
Go to the Adler’s YouTube channel on your phone and launch the video. (Or view the video above.) Click the Cardboard icon in the bottom-right corner. Your screen will orient itself automatically. Insert your phone into the device and watch the test clip. Look all the way around you!
Tips and Tricks
No glasses? No problem! Live stream on your tablet, laptop, or desktop by visiting the Adler’s YouTube channel during the lecture.
If you are using Google Cardboard, we suggest heading over to the YouTube channel on your phone a few minutes early. And we strongly recommend also streaming the lecture to a tablet, laptop, or desktop and taking several short breaks to let your eyes rest.
Please note: Cardboard supports both Android and iOS phones with 4- to 6-inch screens. Do not use if you are prone to seizures. Do not drive immediately after using if you feel disoriented.
The Crowd and the Cosmos: Adventures in the Universeby Dr. Chris Lintott
Available for pre-order. On sale in the United States on January 1, 2020.
Galaxy Zooa Zooniverse citizen science project
For more than a decade, Zooniverse has asked volunteers to help explore galaxies near and far, sampling a fraction of the roughly one hundred billion that are scattered throughout the observable Universe.
Each one of the systems, containing billions of stars, has had a unique life, interacting with its surroundings and with other galaxies in many different ways; the aim of the Galaxy Zoo team is to try and understand these processes, and to work out what galaxies can tell us about the past, present and future of the Universe as a whole.
Planet Huntersa Zooniverse citizen science project
Discover new planets around stars outside of our own Solar System! The recently launched Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is providing us with a huge amount of data that lets us look for planets outside of our own Solar System. Over the next two years, TESS will be busy surveying two-hundred-thousand bright nearby stars, measuring and recording their brightness every two minutes. Uncover lots of interesting planetary systems and help Zooniverse explore the formation and evolution of these worlds. Findings may even bring us one step closer to answering the question that we all seek to answer: Are we alone in the Universe?