Turn To Get An Egg

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It has an exquisite design with cute appearance and it is an educational and entertaining exhibit. Because of that, different types of visitors can be attracted to it. When visitors turn the crank, the details of different egg species will be displayed on the screen. Furthermore, the sizes of the egg models are based on the true size and visitors can learn more about the real dinosaur eggs. This is a very interesting and innovative exhibit. Based on the concept of the capsule vending machine, visitors can interact with the exhibit. Visitors, not only can know more information about dinosaurs, but also explore different types of eggs with detail comparison with similar species, such as ostrich and penguin.

  • Software And Graphic Design
  • Hardware Design, Fabrication And Installation

Interactive Solution

Glad to be involved in this great dinosaur expo in Hong Kong named “Legends of the Giant Dinosaurs”. We worked on most of the interactive exhibits in this exhibition organized by Hong Kong Science Museum. Different technologies and patented ones have been used, including Augmented Reality (AR) technology and ultrasound positioning. Visitors can experience a 3D dinosaur display using AR and enjoy the 3D multimedia video at the venue!

  • Consultancy

  • App Design And Development

  • App Uploaded to Google Play And iTunes

  • Software And Graphic Design

  • Multimedia Design

  • Interactive Exhibit Design And Fabrication

The Hong Kong Science Museum had organized a number of dinosaur exhibitions and all were well received. The “Legends of the Giant Dinosaurs” Exhibition will be the largest ever presented in Hong Kong. This exhibition is solely sponsored by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. In this exhibition, new technologies and presentation methods will be used to introduce the largest Titanosaurus and the latest studies on dinosaurs. Occupying an area of 2,500 sq. metres, the exhibition is divided into four areas with different themes. It is opened from 8 November, 2013 to 9 April, 2014.

(Source from Hong Kong Science Museum)