Hawt. [Tokyotek via @datapointed]
They don’t have anything this large, but the Denver Museum of Nature and Science has an large interactive sphere that projects the earth onto it. I think they use NASAs worldwind software…
NOAA has “Science on a Sphere” in many locations http://sos.noaa.gov/news/sos_sites.html
Would like to hear others’ comments in comparison and contrast
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