Rona and the moon is a planetarium piece produced by OHU Domes. It tells the story of Rona, as interpreted from the traditional New Zealand folk tale.
Featuring high end animation from some of New Zealand’s top film animators, the show uses a combination of visuals and audio to create an authentic atmosphere to give a fully ‘immersive’ audience experience.
Video is cut off because of issues rendering immersive cinema visuals onto a flat screen, but audio can be previewed.
The show works as a stand alone piece but is also played as part of Auckland Stardome Obversatory’s planetarium show Matariki Dawn.
Surround sound 5.1 audio using a mixture of musical elements and sound effects play a big role in enhancing this production of the classic New Zealand/Maori fable.