Demonstration Models

Demonstration models enable an audience to explore a process they may not otherwise be able to witness. Often, the audience can interact with the process to change it’s outcome to better understand how the system works. Examples include directly manipulating elements – such as manually opening and closing the jaw of a dinosaur – or it may be involve an audience triggering a mechanical effect through an interface that controls more sophisticated processes – such activating a cutaway of an internal comubustion engine. In either case, the audience is able to witness a “real world” reaction to their action.

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