We took a 3d TV with a Hydra Razor to the annual AGU meeting to show some of our geoscience applications. The response was great. In the image, Tyler Mackey shows attendees a x-ray CT scan of a microbialite.
In 2011 on Mars Day and the day the landing site for the Mars Science Laboratory was announced, this Crusta video of Gale Crater played as a loop next to the MSL model at the National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC.
In 2008 the KeckCAVES team displayed our research on a large 3D screen at the the UC Davis Pavilion at the California State Fair, for the Centennial of the university. The display was visited by 16,000 individuals over a 2 week period.