Interactive exhibition promoting healthy life style
The Science Centre Leonardo da Vinci exhibition will be one of the few places in Poland, which use technologically advanced devices to promote a healthy lifestyle through play. The project covers an area of 1 400 sq. m., where every visitor can get to know how complex and demanding a human organism is. Creators of the exhibition decided to embody the idea that a healthy body requires a healthy lifestyle, and persons taking care of themselves are able to combat majority of illnesses and maintain physical and mental capabilities.
The exhibition will depict five main body functions that keep an organism in a biological balance – respiration, heartbeat, reactions to stimuli, maintaining a vertical position, and nourishing. Fully interactive learning takes place through animations, applications, computer games (multimedia standpoints), and surprising experiments (mechatronic standpoints). Moreover, tasks prepared for the visitors will enable them to check their intellectual and physical condition. All the texts accompanying the exhibition were prepared in Polish and English language and, as a result, it is available for visitors from abroad.
Performing scenography and implementing multimedia exhibits
The consortium, with its leader MAE Multimedia Art & Education, will develop and perform a scenography of an exhibition room together with large format printouts and wall graphics. MAE is also responsible for designing, performing and launching of all multimedia exhibits, including exhibition announcements and lighting. MAE’s business partner will be responsible for designing and performing “hands-on” exhibits. The value of the whole contract is nearly PLN 4 million net. The works will be completed until November 2015.
– Creating an exhibition that aims at increasing pro-health awareness of the society mobilises us to actions – said Przemysław Kruk, President of the Management Board of MAE Multimedia Art & Education – We know that this project may influence change in lifestyle of the Poles. We can say that the exhibition supports prevention and is consistent with the Development Strategy for Świętokrzyskie Voivodship to 2020, in which one of priorities is developing pro-health tourism in this region.
Multimedia exhibitions realized by MAE specialists
This is not the first project concerning the implementation of a multimedia display and exhibition in the responsibility of specialists from the MAE company, operating within the frames of Qumak Group. The Company has already performed a multimedia exhibition in the Museum of World War 2 in Gdańsk and the Silesian Museum. Last year MAE cooperated with the European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk and the Silesian Risings Museum in Świętochłowice, for which there were created interactive fixed displays. The Company was also responsible for the realizations of displays in Park Edukacyjny in Zabrze and Park Rekreacji ZOOM Natury in Janów Lubelski.