Ark of Infinity



A walk through (or roll through as in the case of wheelchairs)   sculpture that is approximately 9 ft high, 12 ft wide, with a 6 ft  wide interior.   Interactive electronics, Braille detailing, solar power & metal etched multicultural poetry. The concept   is to allow the viewer to become part of the art as they pass through it's center and experience the sounds and illumination of the faceted interior. This attribute is further accented by the sensors which allow the art to react to different people by creating various sound and light patterns depending on the individual's stature, their sounds  & what they touch.   The sculpture is a futuristic piece which represents cultural unity and diversity while relating to people regardless of disability.  The acrylic crystalline segments on the interior & exterior are illuminated by numerous super bright LED's which are controlled by PC boards inside the exhibit which are populated by CMOS, Linear, TTL,  and VMOS based circuits. Under  natural illumination the segments create rainbow patterns as they are faceted at refractory angles. The metalwork is  aluminum, brass &  bronze segments that have been decoratively finished or detailed with embossed relief. The top of the sculpture has   built-in solar panels that charge the unit during natural illumination periods. This sculpture is an example of alternative energy, sensory inputs &  reactionary  effects in electronic systems, conductivity, timing & randomizing theory, visual & wave length specific electromagnetic spectrum, photons, sound synthesis, frequency & amplitude, & acoustics.

We created our 1st prototype of this technology in 1983. We have been designing, fabricating & marketing versions of this technology to science centers worldwide since 2000.

Runs off of one grounded plug, for solar panel option, please inquire.

7-year warranty against defects in our workmanship; Free Life-time phone/internet technical support; Life-time parts supply sourcing for our exhibits at wholesale prices. See more details below.

Our exhibits have a long service life expectancy, with many units still functioning smoothly at 10 years plus. They are so easy to maintain and repair, that it usually takes regular museum staff only 15 to 20 minutes.


Optional Accessories:  Voice Playback Option

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