Eye Exhibit

 

               

 

 

                                

 

The graphic panels on this page were scanned in at low resolution for faster on-line loading time. However many of the fine details and color gradations were lost in this transference.

The panels are not depicted with their back lit illumination and animation. 

 

4} Eyes = This is designed as a regular unit with 4 back lit graphic panels and 1 3D model. Three of the four graphic panels are animated:

(#1) panel depicts the main parts of the eye and how light progresses into it using LED’s for animation.

(#2) panel is a shadow box of a simplified working model of the cones and rods of the eye. In this section the visitors will expose the working models of cones and rods to different colored lights and see how they react. The relative level of reaction appears on a graph.

(#3) panel pertains to eye health and defects, explaining the basics on eye care and common defects.

(#4) panel is a monitor screen that displays the images from a miniature camera in the 3D model of the eye.

Two large models of the eye grace the main council area. One is open and the interior lights up for easy viewing. The whole eye model is closed and works like a camera allowing the visitors to aim it towards each other and see an image on a screen in the (#4) panel area.

Also included is a list of True or False Questions. Next to this list is a set of push buttons allowing the visitor to select the appropriate answer. The Voice Playback technology portion of the exhibit allows the user to hear positive feedback or be prompted to try again.

 

 





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