Behind the scenes in some of our immersive spaces…


The spaces we install allow schools to go to new worlds, expand learning through immersive experiences and support all aspects of the curriculum in a customisable way.

But the 4th dimension of 4D are the people who use the spaces long after we’ve packed up our toolboxes.  It’s the people who make the spaces come alive using the tools we’ve given them of lights, sounds, projections and easy to use software.

So, we thought we’d share a few examples of how some of the schools we’ve worked with have been getting on with their spaces over the years… Continue reading “Behind the scenes in some of our immersive spaces…”

The immersive story of Liverpool FC – Told by children from Four Oaks Primary School.

Can you believe it? Liverpool FC is 125 years old today!

To celebrate 125 years of the club, they visited Four Oaks Primary School in Anfield to get some help from their pupils.  Students from Year 6 at Four Oaks were asked  to recreate the beginnings of the club through drama with the help of a local historian.

Using their immersive space, they portrayed the whole story, moustaches and all.

Take a look at the video below created by LFC TV:

Continue reading “The immersive story of Liverpool FC – Told by children from Four Oaks Primary School.”


We believe that storytelling is a fundamental part of learning.

Stories themselves are one of the first immersive experiences anyone can have. A 4D room simply allows users to take people on a journey using technology, whether it be to space or to your own back garden.  By adding images, sounds and lights and a touch of magic – you can transport people into their very own stories.   Continue reading “Storytelling”

We’re Hiring! Sales and Marketing Job Role

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Want to work for a company that transforms ordinary classrooms from the deepest ocean to the far flung reaches of outer space; all at the touch of a button? Do you want to inspire teachers to revolutionise teaching and learning using cutting edge technology? Do you have a background in the creative arts or education sectors?

We’re looking for someone special…hopefully it’s you!


Sales and Marketing Job Pack

We can offer.

  • A salary of £22,000 – £24,000 p.a. plus a performance based commission
  • 20 days’ holiday plus bank holidays
  • A great place of work at The Sharp Project, Thorp Road, Manchester.
  • Hours of work are 37.5 per week
  • Excellent support & good ethics
  • A fun, friendly yet focused working environment
  • A chance to be part of a multi award-winning high growth company
  • Genuine potential for long term progression and professional development

How to apply.



  • a copy of your CV
  • a covering letter telling us why we can’t live without youto quoting reference number MM2011.

Competition is likely to be extremely high for this position so make sure you stand out.

Please note the closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 2nd September at 5pm.

This position will commence from the start of October 2016.

Cosmic Classroom – 2nd February 2016

The World Museum in Liverpool is playing host to the Cosmic Classroom live event and we’re over the moon to announce space medicine scientist and TV personality, Dr Kevin Fong, as our expert presenter.

There will be 11 classes from schools around the country in the audience at the museum, who will be watching and taking part just like the pupils in your class.

Tim Peake will also be answering questions posed by schools via the video messages they sent to us earlier this month!

This is the perfect opportunity to integrate your immersive space in with your pupil’s learning in a really experiential way. 

Why not take your class inside a rocket and experience a ROCKET LAUNCH with sound effects and visuals

Show them Space as they fly through the atmosphere and approach the International Space Station… where they can eventually meet British astronaut, Tim Peake as he answers questions from school children all over the country.

Cosmic Classroom is taking place HERE on 2 February at 2pm GMT. Bring space to life for your students with a LIVE broadcast with British ESA astronaut Tim Peake!

BLAST OFF live with the International Space Station at 2pm GMT on Tuesday 2 February.

Find out more information about the timings and structure of the broadcast in our blog post



Immersive Spaces Timeline

Let’s celebrate!

Check our this up to date timeline of all our immersive spaces in UK…with more spaces being created every month, plus more Pop Ups currently being manufactured, we’re reaching 100 immersive environments nationwide.   People are unlocking the potential of immersive learning experiences and providing rich care environments with the aid of their customisable content library and bespoke 4D software all over the country!

Click on the image below to be taken to the interactive timeline – it’s even better in 3D!

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