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8 Scoops of the Milky Way



In the side arm of spiral galaxy Milky Way we share a small home with a fascinating neighborhood of 8 wondrous Planets and a powerful Sun.

These Planets are so different from each other that they hardly can be called from one family yet they create a perfect harmony.

We’ve used the same harmony to create the show. From the Burning Sun, Lava filled surface of Venus to the huge stormy belts of Jupiter or the unimaginably beautiful eclipse of Saturn, this show is full of never seen footages meant for Dome theaters.

Feel the uniqueness and beauty of our Solar system in “8 Scoops of Milky way”






Astralis is the first show of QDS series.

 The show is about the life cycle of Stars.

From the birth of Star in a stellar nursery to it's journey towards a black hole or supernova, we've explained the phenomenon in a very easy narrative.

With the eye catchy visuals and lovely music, the show works for all age groups including school audience.


A Tale of Scale



A Tale of Scale is our first ever produced Full Dome short feature in the format of a Poem.

This QDS series show is about the Size comparison of Planets and Stars.

In this show we've successfully achieved a very unique way of representing the size comparison.

With the help of fun filled motion graphics, cute fable, rhyming script and melodious music, the show puts up a smile on your face.

The show is very much adored by young audience and is suitable for all ages !



Bizarre Moons


Our Moon is the most prominent & special companion in Earth's night sky.

It was year 1610, when Simon Marius & Galileo Galilee Quintupled the concept of 'Moon' then known to humanity by discovering Jupiter's four large satellites. Our solar system now embodies 178 named moons around 8 planets.

Even with the sparse amount, the Planets often overshadowed the moons in terms of size.

And as our Technology advanced these minor members of solar system displayed amazing aspects & facets beyond our wildest imagination.

The Moons now outshine their stolid Parents in character.

Join us for a Tour of some of the most Frigid, Violent & absolutely Strange Worlds.... "Bizarre Moons"





Enigma is a QDS series show. In this show we've made our Science "Musical"


Fractals and kaleidoscope are the very deep routed Math areas, which are used to define Nature in a simplest Mathematical manner.


Enigma is combination of these fractals and kaleidoscopic videos with a hearty touch of Music. These videos are specially designed to give a sense of warmth and calmness to our puzzled minds.


Without any narration, just with the help of Music and beautiful colors & patterns, this show will go deep in your heart.

Sit back in your recliner and enjoy Enigma in your Full Dome sky.


Map to the Chocolate Planet



Two alien kids in some other Galaxy got the taste of Chocolate.

In search of some imaginary planet made up of chocolate, they traveled the Universe leading to our Milky Way.


Searching each planet of the solar system to derive which one is made of chocolate, they learn lots of other interesting facts about our Solar System.


Pursuing the Dwarfs



The Categorization of Dwarf Planets sets the world in two parts... one who loved Pluto as planet and the others who preferred simpler cataloging of celestial bodies ...

Dwarf planets are the worlds too small to be considered as full-fledged planets, but large enough to be classified as Asteroids.

These are the Ancient Relics of our Solar System.

They were born the same way as our Eight Planets, but somehow along the way, they stopped developing further.

These Embryonic Planets holds the key to the secrets of Planetary Evolution.

Today 5 small bodies fits the category of Dwarf Planets, but there are more waiting to join the list.

Our advanced probes like 'New Horizon' and 'Dawn' are seeking the unknown.

Lets take a glimpse of the wee class of Dwarf Planets in our Full Dome Show 'Pursuing the Dwarfs'


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