Go-Dome’s first product — the one that put the company on the map and took the astronomy world by storm in 2004 — continues to be its best-selling product.
The Standard Go-Dome remains popular with customers of all kinds due to its extreme versatility and portability, without compromising on comfort or image quality.
As with the complete line of Go-Domes, the Standard dome uses positive air pressure, and is inflated by turning on a simple carpet fan. The dome’s door acts as an airlock, keeping the dome fully inflated even as visitors enter and exit at their leisure. The positive-pressure dome provides a constant supply of fresh air, keeping audiences cool and comfortable while they are inside the dome.
Standard domes are available with an exterior color of blue or black, and in sizes ranging from 3 to 9 meters in diameter.
Once inside the dome, audiences first see unique flocked-grey interior “walls.” When the projection system is turned on, those inflatable walls do double duty by acting as a superior projection surface for movies and star fields. The surface displays images impeccably, for a sharp, detailed visual.
Having first been introduced in 2005, Go-Dome has been able to tweak its popular product — making improvements that largely have been driven by their customers’ input. As a result, today’s Standard Go-Dome boasts features that earlier versions didn’t have.
Today’s Standard Go-Dome has input air vents in the door and along the wall to increase the flow of fresh air. It also has front air vents that let air out of the dome to prevent the dome from becoming over-inflated and lifting off the floor. The door has been heightened to create a 6-foot interior clearance so most people can enter and exit without having to duck down.
Though the Standard dome was Go-Dome’s first product, continual enhancements and improvements have helped it retain its position as a top-seller. Its versatility and portability make it attractive to customers of all kinds.