SPACE DOME ARE THE DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF A SENSATIONAL NEW INTERACTIVE 4D VISUAL SIMULATOR NAMED THE 'VOYAGER II'. VISITORS ARE INVITED ABOARD A REALISTIC- LOOKING 64 SEAT UFO 'FLYING SAUCER' AND TRANSPORTED TO A NEW WORLD !

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Space Dome Technologies Ltd


Space Dome was established as a Company in November 2005 with a vision to design a state of the art motion simulator. The business plan called for the production of a prototype know as the Voyager l followed by the production of a fully commercial and enhanced version named the Voyager ll.   

A key point of differentiation with the Voyager product is that unlike existing simulators, the whole ship moves in synchronisation with the film and music as opposed to just the seats or a platform moving within the simulator.
      

 

 

Launch

The Voyager l prototype 34 seat simulator was completed and launched in September 2006 in Auckland.  This prototype is now operating in a commercial environment within Auckland's Museum of Transport and Technology and is very popular with patrons.  Over 200,000 passengers ride the Voyager l each year at the Museum and naturally this experience with the prototype has been a  valuable test and development project for Space Dome.

The Voyager l early prototype at Auckland:

 

The Voyager ll
The first Voyager ll 64-seat simulator was officially launched in Rotorua at Skyline Skyrides on Thursday 17 March 2011 and celebrated by over 100 guests.  The Voyager ll is 16 metres in diameter and in the shape of a UFO or flying saucer.
An agreement has been reached with a Ningbo-based Chinese company, 3D Technologies Ltd, to manufacture the Voyager ll in China for the Chinese domestic market and already 3D Technologies has identified several museum and technology park clients.  Space Dome has a factory in Auckland as its manufacturing base for sales outside of China.
Space Dome, with its first Voyager ll protype now successfully launched and operating, is seeking new opportunities and clients.