Interactive concepts at Senckenberg Museum
Prof. Sebastian Oschatz, partner at MESO, gave a course at Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach exploring how 40-million-year-old fossils can be exhibited with the help of interactive technologies. Yesterday, the students presented their concepts at Frankfurt’s Senckenberg Museum.
The fourteen students presented their ideas and prototypes in the presence of the museum’s scientists and curators as well as invited guests.
Five entirely different approaches showed how the current exhibition on the UNESCO World heritage site Grube Messel could be turned into an interactive experience.
Many thanks to Satis&Fy, Interactive Displays and Katharina Gruber from MESO for technical support.