The Science Centre Singapore is considered one of the best science centres in the world. To attract its over 1.5 million visitors a year, top quality exhibitions are paramount.
The Centre has been a long-standing client for Interspectral, one of its first, and is now updating their Inside Explorer tables to improve the user experience for its visitors.
Interspectral have been selected by the Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology to 3D digitise an important part of their collection. As a part of the research project “Digital Models. Techno-historical collections, digital humanities & narratives of industrialisation” Interspectral will perform 3D CT scans on a selection of Swedish pre-industrial inventor Christopher Polhem’s “mechanical alphabet” models, from the early 1700s. The mechanical alphabet was the name he gave to a collection of wooden models that demonstrated simple principles for motion conversion and which was used in teaching.
The American Alliance of Museums Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo is the largest gathering of museum professionals in the world. This year, MuseumExpo is headed to Washington, DC for four power-packed days that will buzz with connections being made, ideas being exchanged and innovative products being showcased.
Interspectral will be one of more than 250 exhibitors on the expo floor – eager to meet with more than 5,000 museum professionals from across the country and around the world.
Stop by and see us at booth #5107. You can find out more and register for the AAM 2016 Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo at http://annualmeeting.aam-us.org
Interspectral has collaborated with the International Centre for Life, one of the UK’s premier science centres, to develop a new interactive exhibit. It will allow visitors at the new exhibition ‘Brain Zone’, to explore the highest resolution 3D digital model yet made of a human brain.
The Brain Zone exhibition demonstrates, through a number of new and exciting brain orientated interactive exhibits, why our brains are just so brilliant. The exhibition, which is supported by the Wellcome Trust, was previewed during the Easter break and will officially open on the 13th April.
Interspectral’s Inside Explorer software is enabling visitors at Kolmården Animal and Wildlife Park in Sweden to explore and learn about animals in a new and intuitive way.
The Park is one of the most popular visitor attractions in the Nordic countries, and is also an important centre for scientific research. It is now using Inside Explorer and a database of 3D CT (X-ray) scanned animals to improve its visitor experience. The database has been developed in collaboration between researchers at Kolmården and Center for Medical Image Science and Visualization (CMIV).
Interspectral is a growing visualization company based in Norrköping, Sweden, with customers worldwide. Together with partners such as the British Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Rijksmuseum we visualize everything from human anatomy to Egyptian mummies.
We are now expanding and need to strengthen our team with a driven project manager. As project manager at Interspectral, you will be responsible for our digital production projects and work with some of the world’s top museums and science centres.
At the beginning of this year Interspectral introduced new interactive, multi-touch tables, designed to give its users a dramatically improved experience. Since then they have been delivered to customers in the UK, Belgium, Sweden and Dubai.
Inside Explorer interactive tables are a key feature in a new Nobel Museum exhibition opening in Dubai this month. It is the first major exhibition in the Middle East for Interspectral, and the company has adapted Inside Explorer with all content now available in Arabic, making it ready to use for other Middle East clients.