learning experiences.›living surface‹ is brain: Education works best in combination with entertainment. Science centers, zoos, aquariums and museums use the power of ›living surface‹ to visualize complex facts and to create long lasting 

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robots explore interactive worlds at the German Museum of Technology

At the (part of German Museum of Technology) children are given the chance to program small robots and teach them how to find their way through an interactive arena. This is made possible with a special configuration of ›living surface‹, the technology behind interactive surfaces by vertigo systems.

Interactive display windows at the Toy Worlds Museum Basle

Between 22nd October 2016 and 2nd April 2017 the Toy Worlds Museum Basle will show the special exhibition „The girl and the sea, Thousands of years old, mysterious depictions of sea creatures – Florence Gottet collection“.

interactive music worlds for the festival theater baden-baden

The Sigmund Kiener Foundation recently opened the kid's music world "Toccarion" in the famous Festspielhaus Baden-Baden. In this memorable location children can playfully discover the world of sound…

biodiverCITY interactive discovery in the royal belgium institute of natural science

Cross the street, dig into the earth, look at gardens and fallow land. Then pass by the railway verge and you will cross the path of the hedgehog or the fox, examine life below the earth, follow the…

chancellor uncovers virtual finds in kalkriese

On Friday, May 15, 2009, German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel opened in Kalkriese the biggest archeological exhibition project of the year: the permanent exhibition on the legendary "Battle of the…

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