Interactive 3D visualisation, via the Inside Explorer table from Interspectral, is set to enhance the outreach programme at Warsaw’s Copernicus Science Centre, one of the most popular science centres in Europe.
Since its opening in November 2010, The Copernicus Science Centre (Warsaw, Poland) has welcomed over a million guests per year. It has also developed into become one of the most popular science centres in Europe.
It is a sited the banks of the Vistula River in the heart of Warsaw, Poland. Interactivity is a key ingredient at the Copernicus Science Centre. The interactive exhibits enable visitors to conduct experiments themselves and discover the laws of science first-hand.
The Inside Explorer Table
The Copernicus Science Centre has now decided to purchase the Inside Explorer Table from Swedish company Interspectral. This is so it can ehance a group of exhibits devoted to human anatomy, presented in travelling exhibitions.
The Inside Explorer Table is an interactive visualisation experience. It allows users to explore real objects that have been scanned via 3D x-ray. Using touch gestures they can examine in detail complex 3D data in an informative and exciting way.
It creates educational experiences allowing users to learn about a wide variety of subjects. These include human anatomy, mummies and Martian meteorites.
Inside Explorer can be supplied as a complete turnkey solution including hardware, software and pre-installed content packages with 3D scans. Inside Explorer can also be used to present your own research and collections.
Konrad Wolski-Rzewuski, from the Copernicus Science Centre says, “We believe that the Inside Explorer audiences will have the unique opportunity to explore and discover the human body in ways that cannot be revealed with use of standard anatomical models or educational materials. In addition, Inside Explorer is a great example of valuable use of authentic scientific data and attractive multimedia content in science communication.”
Interspectral will deliver a custom mobile 40” Inside Explorer Table including Human Anatomy content. The solution will be delivered December 2017.
Richard Bremer is in business development at Interspectral. He says. “Copernicus Science Center is a fantastic science museum with very high quality and also a very good reputation. We are therefore very proud that the team at Copernicus have chosen Inside Explorer to be a part of the centers outreach programme.”