Featuring world surfing champion Kelly Slater, The Ultimate Wave tells the story of an ocean wave and the lives it impacts and transforms. From astounding 3D surfing action to the chaos of ocean storms, the film leads students on a quest to understand one of this planet's most intriguing and dramatic phenomena. Duration: 42 minutes.
Born to be Wild 3D takes students on an adventure to the lush rainforests of Borneo and the rugged savanna of Kenya to experience up close the incredible story of two adorable yet endangered species, orangutans and elephants, and the trailblazing heroes saving them from extinction. Duration: 40 minutes.
To The Arctic 3D is an extraordinary journey to a place few of us will ever dare to go. Yet the Arctic is home to people, animals and sea creatures well-suited to this icy world. Students dive into ice-cold water, glide past unlikely coral gardens and swim alongside a polar bear and her cubs as they witness the unforgettable beauty and uncertain future of the Arctic. Duration: 40 minutes.
Hubble 3D tells the story of the most important scientific instrument since Galileo and the greatest success in space since the Moon landing: the Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble has revealed our universe to us as never before. With Hubble's amazing treasuer trove of imagery brought to life in IMAX 3D, students explore the grandeur of galaxies and nebulae, the birth and death of stars and the curiosities and mysteries of our celestial surroundings. Duration: 44 minutes.
Under the Sea 3D transports students to some of the most exotic and isolated undersea locations on Earth, including Southern Australia and New Guinea, Students experience face-to-face encounters with mysterious and stunning creatures of the sea in this uniquely inspirational and entertaining way to explore the impact of global climate change on our ocean wilderness. Duration: 45 minutes.
In Forces of Nature students experience the power and spectacle of tornadoes, floods, erupting volcanoes and hurricanes. Learn how these natural disasters occur and what scientists and engineers are doing to predict and prepare for events and to minimize damage in the future. Duration: 40 minutes.
Direct Curriculum Match: Science: 4,5,6,7,8