I look forward to meeting you all at this year's meeting in Mexico. It's the first time we've met in the Caribbean. Our host in Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico have made a lot of effort to work out an interesting conference program.
For more details, visit the website https://www.digistarusersgroup.com
This year, E&S also offers free workshops in conjunction with the Conference.
With Digistar 6, there are many new features, and I am personally thrilled to be able to work with VR glasses outside the dome ("in the Dome").
Again we will be able to exchange ideas with each other and with the engineers of E&S about questions about the Digistarsystem.
Next year, DUG will be again at E&S in Salt Lake City, Utah.
For 2019 I have received a bid letter from Boonshoft Museum of Discovery's in Dayton, Ohio
I look forward to an interesting meeting and hope to see as many Digistaruser there as possible!
President of the Digistar Users group
What is DUG?
The Digistar Users Group provides a forum for discussion and exchange of information concerning the Digistar digital planetarium systems; We also provide a means for exchanging Digistar content; and for maintaining a dialogue between member sites and the Digistar system manufacturer, Evans & Sutherland, on matters of service, improvements, and other subjects of mutual concern and interest.
What's on the DUG website?
Lots of stuff! Recent and archived newsletters, conference information, standards documents, access to the DUG library, and a directory of all DUG members. In addition, there are directions on how to subscribe to our email listserve. The DUG library alone is worth the $20 (US) annual membership fee. The library currently holds hundreds of Digistar models and complete showfiles.
How do I become a member?
If your Digistar system has been installed within the last year, most likely your DUG dues have already been paid by E&S. If you have any questions about your membership status, contact our DUG Treasurer. Visit our Membership page for more information.