Eureka! Zientzia Museoa premieres its new production for the planetarium: "Roke and the volcanoes of the Solar System". This programme is aimed at children aged 4 to 11.
Summary of the projection
Roke is a small rocket that falls into the Eureka! museum after its first launch. After being repaired, he decides to stay at the museum working in the planetarium. He then prepares his first space mission, which will be to study whether there are volcanoes in other parts of the solar system. To find out, he will go on a journey to different planets and satellites and, with his camera, he will take different photographs to find out. What will Roke find on his first space adventure?
Duration: 25 minutes
Languages: Basque, Spanish, French and English.
Creation of Roke
The character Roke was created 14 years ago for the "planetarium txiki" that we had at the time.
The "planetarium txiki" was a small bubble-type planetarium and consisted of a star projector and a hand-held slide projector.
Roke's appearance has changed since then. We have turned Roke into a blue-white and we have designed it in 3 dimensions to see it better in the big planetarium.
Production of "Roque and Volcanoes of the Solar System".
This story of Roque was born two years ago. At first, we thought of making this production using the Eureka! Zientzia Museoa planetarium tool by doing the graphic development of the story ourselves.
Then we thought it would be worth entrusting this project to a graphic design company and finally we entrusted the production of Roke to the company "Gosho".