The Bird’s Eye View Theater is a dome-shaped structure with an 11-meter radius. The screen is concave and measures 18 meters in diameter. The audience stands on a platform 12 meters above the screen, and looks down to watch the passing images below. Here, the vantage point is that of a bird flying over mountains, across glaciers and other places of natural beauty all over the world.
Announcement: The Bird’s Eye View Theater is closed from May 2, 2022.
Explore the ecology of this mysterious island from a bird's eye view. Whether they are geological landscapes, low-altitude native forest plants and animals, unique underwater creatures, underwater volcanic fountains, and coral reef landscapes, all are presented in front of your eyes.
The images and photos of Earth taken by NASA from the international space station are edited into videos to let the audience can overlook the beauty of Earth as if they are in the cabin of the international space station.
Year after year, the Moon never seems to change. The appearance of craters and other landforms may look unchanging, but the Moon is not always like this. Through the records of NASA's lunar exploration orbiter, we can get a glimpse of the evolution of the Moon through this video.