Photonic Spectrum Portable Mini

           

 

 

 

A new very high quality portable mini version of one of our most popular light control interactive  science exhibits. This exhibit utilizes a series of photo resistors to control a sound synthesizer. The sound synthesizer consist of two oscillators which work in unison by resonating at specific intervals dependent on the signals from the sensors.  The exhibit features columns that house the sensors and an acrylic crystal that houses led lights that react to the presence of a user's hands over the columns.

The geometry of the exhibit accents an otherworldly appeal that will excite the user's interest.

One or two people can operate the Photonic Spectrum Portable Mini at a time. To use the exhibit a visitor needs to gesture with their hands over the columns. Depending on the position of their hands the exhibit can produce sounds ranging from high frequency to low.

The exhibit demonstrates sound synthesis, sensors and light control and comes with an educational booklet.  

The exhibit operates on rechargeable battery power or when purchased with an optional floor base, on AC power. Many colors are available to compliment your preference. The exhibit is approximately 20” wide and 11" high. 

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

For more information contact us.

A Solar powered version is available.

An optional floor base is available.

Shop video of the full-size version of this exhibit!

 

 

 





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