The exhibition is designed interactively, so you can try out different stations and playfully get closer to the topic, says an expert from Innovativ GmbH. In the first module, for example, a pinball machine is integrated, where you have to hit the right means of transport: So you can see which advantages and disadvantages each one offers.
What Kind Of Noise An Electric Car Offers
At another station in the third module, it is possible to acoustically simulate different soundscapes when driving – depending on the type of vehicle. The area has also the right charging plugs in the exhibition, which you can look at and test in a car to get a feel for the whole thing.
You can tell that people from rural areas are more likely to switch to an electric car. The reason is that many people can connect their car to the store directly at the house or in the garage, where it can stay the whole night without other road users. The traveling exhibition can still be seen until the first week of September and then moves on. It is open from Monday to Friday, from 8am to 5pm.
Multi-Touch Scanner Table As The Central Information Point Of The Exhibition
Another “problem” that museums often face is the multitude of exhibits and the spaciousness of the premises. With limited time and receptivity, visitors, often regardless of their individual interests, simply go through the exhibition from the beginning and have little energy towards the end of the exhibition. Would not it make more sense to ask each visitor for his particular interests and then recommend a tailor-made highlight tour? This is exactly what the multi-touch scanner table can do, for example. Visitors can use an interest-based filter to put together an individual tour or ask directly for the shortest route to the department they are looking for.