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December 5, 2019—The Museum of Science, Boston, one of the world’s
largest science centers and New England’s most visited cultural
institution, today announced that STEM Education leader Tim Ritchie, has
been named President of the Museum. The appointment was officially
ratified by the entire Board of Trustees earlier today following a
unanimous vote of the Board’s Search Committee and a vote of the Board’s
Executive Committee. Ritchie will assume his role on February 3, 2020.
November 26, 2019—D3D Cinema (D3D) is proud to announce that
the New England Aquarium in Boston, Massachusetts, has selected D3D to
install a new state-of-the-art, laser-illuminated, 4K, 3D, premium
cinema system into its Matthew and Marcia Simons Theatre (the “Simons
Theatre”) in January 2020.
September 17, 2019—The Museum of Science, Boston and Cosmic Picture
have announced that they have entered into an agreement to produce a
film that celebrates New England and its people, exclusively for the
large format dome screen at the Museum’s Mugar Omni Theater. The film,
an original production expected to be released in 2021, will inspire
audiences with stunning visuals and stories featuring the innovations,
natural wonders, residents, landmarks, seasons, and characteristics that
define New England. The feature length OMNI® film (30-40 min) will take inspiration from the short film New England Time Capsule,
which delighted millions of Museum visitors for over a decade. The
Museum secured funding for the film from MathWorks, a long-time champion
of the Mugar Omni Theater and the Museum.