Biography for Micky Remann
Professor for Immersive Media
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Micky Remann is a German born media artist and producer of media events. He is Professor for Immersive Media at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, where he has been teaching full dome classes since 2007. In the same year, he initiated the FullDome Festival at the Zeiss-Planetarium Jena, which he continues to direct until today. The international festival showcases and awards innovative 360-degree immersive media productions, including fulldome theatre performances. The 14th FullDome Festival in May 2020 was an all virtual 360-degree Streaming event.

Micky Remann developed "Liquid Sound", an immersive bathing experience involving underwater sounds, lights and video images. Liquid Sound events include underwater live concerts, DJ nights and an annual all night festival.

The concept and technology of "Liquid Sound" is installed in three major Spa venues in Germany, operated by Toskanaworld, where it has become the key attraction.

As a travelling author, Micky Remann has published articles, books and travelogues, he hosts TV-Dome shows with the network Salve.tv, he presents at scientific conferences and performs at cultural events.