The project “Development of a Medical Dome for People with Limited Mobility” is an innovative initiative focused on creating and implementing a specialized medical dome aimed at improving the quality of life for individuals with disabilities confined to beds or wheelchairs.

The main objective of the project was to create a mobile, 4-meter dome equipped with state-of-the-art projection screens and advanced 360-degree technology. This advanced technology allows users to immerse themselves in diverse visualizations and transport to distant and previously inaccessible places, which is crucial for people with mobility limitations.

The project began with a research phase where our team explored the possibilities of creating such a dome and analyzed the potential benefits it could bring to people with disabilities. Following the successful bid, we initiated the design process, integrating the latest technological solutions to ensure that our dome would not only be functional but also user-friendly.

The next step involved the careful adaptation of AV equipment to meet the needs of our users. In this process, we ensured that our dome would not only serve as an entertainment space but also as a therapeutic tool, supporting the development of individuals with limited mobility by stimulating their senses and minds.

After an intensive production period, we supervised the assembly process, ensuring that every element of our dome operates efficiently and in line with the project’s objectives. The ultimate goal was to deliver a comprehensive solution that not only meets expectations but, above all, improves the quality of life for our users.

This dome is intended to be not only an entertainment tool but primarily an interactive and therapeutic experience for individuals with mobility limitations. We believe that our project opens new possibilities for people with disabilities, enabling them to explore, engage in virtual journeys, and open doors to worlds that were previously inaccessible to them.

CAD Project for Dome by Polidomes