Root cavity

National Park Hainich

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CLIENT: Stadt Bad Langensalza
May 2016

In May 2016, the new exhibition area “Root Cave” was opened in the treetop path in Hainich national park. As a mini-format person, the visitor strolls through the cave-like display, meeting not only creatures of the darkness, but also finding out how the giant trees take on water and other nutrients for growth from the soil, how the “underground world” lives and works, and also which of its important inhabitants are responsible for waste disposal, for example. The elaborately designed display is a varied mixture of interactive elements and models you can hold, as well as instructive explanations. For example, the station “Types of soil and structure”, where the visitor can get more information using an augmented reality application. Or the station “Decomposition of a leaf”, where the visitor can watch the decomposition of a leaf on a time-line, using a slide control.

235 MEDIA produced all the media technology and was deeply involved in the production of the 29 installations.

PARTNER: In cooperation with Impuls-Design GmbH & Co. KG

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