Interactive Multimedia Exhibit

Interaktives Periodensystem

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This interactive multimedia exhibit allows experts as well as laymen to experience the world of chemistry in a new and exciting way. The concept explains chemical correlations and relationships in a simple and logical manner by having the visitor experience them interactively. Pure samples of natural elements, ranked according to the periodic table, are displayed in a glove box, a typical piece of equipment used in labs. The user works inside of it as if working with a microscope and accesses in-depth information with the help of augmented reality. This visual approach to a real-life lab situation explains, in a playful manner, what it is like to work scientifically. The periodic table becomes a haptic, mediatic and aesthetic experience.

Credits
  • Client:
    BASF SE, Ludwigshafen
  • Design:
    flying saucer, Berlin
  • idea/content:
    flying saucer, Berlin
  • creative direction:
    flying saucer, Berlin
  • periodic element cubes:
    smart elements, Vienna
  • software development/systems integration:
    project: syntropy, Magdeburg
  • user interface:
    Interlogue, Berlin
  • exhibit construction:
    R&F Logistik, Berlin; HaBeKa, Berlin