On Tuesday April 24th the Minister for Enterprise and Innovation in Sweden, Mr Mikael Damberg, visited the 3D visualization company Interspectral in Norrköping to discuss innovation and growth.
Inside Explorer is used today in museums and science centers worldwide to create amazing interactive learning experiences. Users, young and old, can explore scientific 3D content based on CT scans, ranging from human anatomy and animal physiology to insects, mummies and meteorites.
Now with this pioneering new project, it opens up the possibility of how Inside Explorer also can be used in research and public engagement at thousands of aquariums around the world.
The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago holds one of the largest and most important natural history collections in the world, and its meteorite collection is the largest at a private research institute. A newly opened exhibition has allowed new light to be shed on the fascinating details that meteorites hold.
Take the opportunity and come see us at our booth. We will take you on a spectacular tour, guiding you through the inside of the human body, exotic animals, fossils, meteorites and even Egyptian mummies.
Learn more about Inside Explorer and how you can use it at museums, science centers, aqauriums, animal parks and more.
Interspectral and The Field Museum, Chicago, are working together to create unique scientific content based on the museum’s collections. The result will be available to other Inside Explorer users. The new content, which will be available in early 2017, will initially include meteorites and fossilized insects in amber.