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The Golden Rules of Exhibit Design and Development – Part II

Besides the important things, that should be kept in mind, when building exhibits, the visitor  himheslf is a not to be underestimated factor during the design and development process. 60 more words

Claudia Schleyer

My Top 10 Interactive Exhibits @ Welios

The Welios in Wels is a Science Center with a special theme: “Sustainabilty” or better said “Energy” and it’s minimalization of use. Actually a good idea, but unfortunately it still lacks in visitor numbers almost one year after its opening in April 2011. 23 more words

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My Top 10 Interactive Exhibits @ Mathematikum

The Mathematikum in Giessen opened its doors in 2002 and could in my opinion also be called a  topic focused Science Center. But a very special one! 47 more words

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My Top 10 Interactive Exhibits @ Technorama

The Technorama in Switzerland is sometimes called the “European Exploratorium”, because it is following its archetype in San Francisco in many ways.

I personally like this kind of Science Center very much. 48 more words

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Möbius, Moebius, Mobius... where is your outer side?

Ever tried to cut a paper Mobius strip in half? Or even in three parts (please along the centerline)? Well, I won’t blab this little surprise here, but try on your own! 38 more words

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Telescope, kaleidoscope or octoscope?

Some of Lübeck’s citizens where wondering what a telescope shall tell them at the entrance of the historic city center. But sneaking a peek through the supposed to be known object they got surprised by beautiful mirrored structures. 54 more words

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Welcoming the chaos... pendulum.

Does this look like chaos? No… not yet. But when you twist the red button, the three different discs start dancing in a chaotic way. This pendulum is an adaption to the known chaos pendulum with two single tilted metal arms. 25 more words

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