The IAIA Digital Dome offers a variety of innovative space ideal for research, video production, fulldome production, special events, fund-raising events, and events that support our mission of combining science, art, and technology.

The Institute of American Indian Arts Digital Dome offers a unique combination of black box, planetarium, fulldome, and the world’s only moveable digital dome (rotates 0° to 90°, can be place near the ceiling or the floor). The Digital Dome is found at the campus of Native Contemporary Arts at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA). IAIA is located just Southeast of Rancho Viejo and the Santa Fe Community College in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

The digital dome along with the IAIA campus offers a host of support for your project or event. The digital dome offers:
· Black box 41′ (width) x 41′ (width) x 31′ (ceiling height)
· 24′ (width) x 12′ (height) digital dome
· 6.1 surround system with Tascam DM-3200 mixer
· Sky-Skan digital system including 6 projectors, 8 computers (one master, six slaves, one audio), and DigitalSky 2 software to create a 2k projection.
· 35 moveable gaming chairs with 2 built-in 3″ 2-way speakers and 4″ subwoofer.
· Power regulated by Eaton Powerware 9155 UPS.
· 4 Macintosh computer labs totally 66 computers with up-to-date applications.
· Equipment rental including professional video, audio and lighting equipment.
· On-site gourmet organic cafeteria provided by Bon Appétit. Also available for  catered events.

The Digital Dome was created to help create informed, educated and digitally-enabled storytellers so that they can actively support, maintain and advance Native culture for future generations. The dome programming and courses ensure that students will learn how to leverage the power of this new media technology to advance the Native community in the social, cultural, economic and political realm.