A playful interactive exhibit
The Live Science exhibition piques the viewer’s curiosity and opens the door to the surprises and secrets of science. At each kiosk, the visitors are taught something in an amusing and stimulating manner. A carnival funhouse of learning awaits the public at the Musée de la civilisation de Québec.
After entering, a whispering and a particle beam appear to reveal common prejudices concerning science. Next, images of scientific mysteries appear to haunt and follow the visitors. After that, the taste buds of the young visitors are stimulated by the Cuisinatron, a retro-futurist contraption combining a computer, a mixer and an oven.
The interactive installations plunge the visitors into a world of scientific discovery using interactivity and demonstration instead of a dry, didactic approach.
The magic of science brought to life by technology
Having been called upon to put in collaboration with the museum, Université Laval, MITACS, the National Film Board the Live Science interactive exhibition, ESKI demystifies science by taking it out of the laboratory. To accomplish this, we conceptualized the exhibition as a funhouse of scientific mysteries, each room along the way housing an interactive module designed by ESKI.Read more »« Close
In order to create an immersive experience that will fill visitors with wonder, ESKI has deployed their arsenal of innovative interactive technologies and programs, among them
On display from June 8, 2011 to December 12, 2012 at the Musée de la civilisation de Québec, the exhibition will then have a second life as a travelling show, visiting museums far and wide.
Photos credit: Félix Genêt Laframboise