Immersive Science

Interactive Technology for Education


New technologies like virtual reality are often expensive, complex, and time-consuming to maintain. So a few years ago, a group of former museum leaders and supporters began an effort to solve these issues. The result is Science Planet, a new collection of education technology solutions that are easier to integrate and manage.


Enhance your exhibits with exciting augmented reality content

Augmented reality (AR) solutions breathe life into older exhibits by combining 3D, animated, or video content through a tablet or phone. We’re helping clients like Pacific Science Center and Orlando Science Center build innovative AR experiences that enhance existing exhibits and boost interaction with new exhibits. Learn more about Science Planet AR


Uniquely original VR content that is easier to deploy and manage


Virtual Reality (VR) totally replaces the user’s vision, enabling stunningly real experiences unlike any other. Want to feel like you’re standing on Mars? Or maybe go back in time to meet animals that lived before the dinosaurs? VR surrounds you with a life-like, 3D environment that you can reach out and touch.

We’re rolling out fresh new science content every quarter to the Science Planet platform. Innovative and exciting, each module will immerse the user in unique experiences. Learn More about Science Planet VR


Flexible Pricing and Terms

We get the constraints of educational budgets, and we’re trying to remove  barriers to quality technology-based exhibits. 

Other VR and AR solutions cost tens of thousands of dollars, putting them out of reach of many education budgets. Science Planet VR interactives are reasonably and simply priced, starting as low as $15/month.

Custom Experiences, Too

The Science Planet VR collection was built by Stage 2 Studios, experts in building educational content for clients across the country, including the US Department of Education. Now we’re making new education technology available to science museums large and small. Learn more at