Our last project for the Natural History Museum in Lille (France)
The visitors can explore the museum database of collected stones using the objects. Each object represent an atom; by combining the atoms you get an overview of the stones composed from that combination . A quick way for visitors to understand the basics of mineralogy. An efficient way for the museum to show his collections. a professional mode also allow th e professionals to have deeper informations about the collected items .

More infos @ : tangibledisplay.com/hardware/#mhnl
The setup is a DSI one, powered by Reactivision engine & fiducials .
The application is developped using the PYMT framework by Arnaud Waels.
The project was granted by the Ministere de la Culture, & the City of Lille .

Special thxs to Martin Kaltenbrunner, Mathieu Virbel, the NUIGroup , Muchomedia

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