MRISAR's Interactive, Interchangeable Medical Exhibits
Futuristic interactive, interchangeable, medical and health exhibits are custom made to display any or all of our accompanying anatomical models and graphic elements and can be purchased as sectional units or in their entirety. They can be created as “Demonstration Units” or as “Interactive Units”. The main descriptions below are for “Interactive Units”.
For each of the health exhibit categories there are a number of interactive elements. These are in the form of animated graphic panels, electronic interactive models that allow the visitor to become involved in an activity that draws them into the exhibit experience, and voice technology that allows the exhibit to verbally educate, prompt and test the user. The interactive element allows the exhibits to behave with lifelike responses. Some elements are touch sensitive, some are light sensitive. While still others create the impression that the exhibits have other life like properties. They are user friendly to most ages, physical statures and disabilities.
Each exhibit contains buttons that are color coded to the corresponding interactive panels so that visitors do not have to reach across the model to make the panels respond.
Our present line includes; 1} HEART, 2} LUNGS, 3} BRAIN, 4} EYES, 5} EARS, 6} DIGESTIVE, 7}TONGUE & TEETH, 8} NOSE, 9} SKELETAL, 10} NERVOUS, and 11} MUSCULAR.
These Exhibits can be housed in either our Demonstration or Interactive Theaters or a custom case can be built for an individual floor exhibit. For Corner Units, two related subjects are used. A combination of graphics, models and electronics portray each subject. The lighting and graphic panel animations are comprised of the super bright LED technology combined with Many of the elements that help to make exhibits accessible to a wide range of age groups and types of physical statures are also universally appropriate for visitors with disabilities. Examples of this are outlined below in the basic description of the Interactive Health & Medical Exhibits.
The overall height of the exhibit cases are approximately 7’ 6”, which is higher than the tallest average adult visitor. The lower panels are sloped for ease of use and accessibility. This tilt of the control panel aids visual interpretation and presents an attractive attribute, while allowing easy reach of the controls.
The exhibits can be interlocked to form a continuous run so people with low vision will not be confused by turning into a terminating corner of an exhibit. The basic design follows the walls and does not provide confusing obstacle risks. The design helps create a barrier free format.
The control panel buttons are large and illuminated. The primary start button is also in the right lower corner of each control panel section, so that people with visual disabilities, or others who can not read, can simply be told to look or feel for the start switch, which they will always find in the same location. All controls are placed in easy reach along the front of the panel. Each exhibit also features a solid state recording device, that at the push of a button, will verbally describe the function, or purpose of the exhibit and test the user. It uses SDHC card storage so the recordings can be updated with ease. Updating is easy by using a computer recording program, such as found in all MS Windows Systems and speaking into a microphone.
Verbal recording integration relates to the very young, the illiterate and the visually disabled by adding an informative human quality to exhibits. Three dimensional models that can be touched are also a part of the concept both as informational aids and to relate to visual disabilities by presenting a tactile element.
TECHNICAL DETAILS: Each exhibit console is fabricated with high quality plywood, laminates and sturdy aluminum frames. We never use pressed wood products. The glue we use is a strong low environmental impact adhesive. Our laminate glue is low VOC and we also use RoHS approved components to reduce environmental impact whenever possible. The control panels are brushed aluminum.
The power supplies are linear regulated supplies which operate at 12 VDC, 8 VDC and 5 VDC respectively to each function but that plug into regular outlets. For US projects the main power is standard 120 VAC but for foreign projects we supply power supplied and cords to match local utilities. All electronic components are derated to drastically increase life.
Sound effects for the exhibits are produced by oscillators, sound synthesizer circuits and amplifiers. Voice kiosk functions for each exhibit section are recorded on SDHC cards. Backlit displays are photo translucent renderings of our graphic arts images with electronically actuated animated solid state light sources. Plastic covers for the images are unbreakable polycarbonate. Exhibits are available in a wide variety of colors.
If you do not see your subject of interest in our listing, we can probably custom design and fabricate what you are looking for.
Below; MRISAR's R&D Team members Autumn and Aurora fabricating our Interactive Medical Exhibits.
This exhibit can also be rented and is part of our Traveling Exhibition "RoboMedica-Technica"!
Terms: 7-year warranty against defects in our workmanship; Free Life-time phone/internet technical support; Life-time parts supply sourcing for our exhibits at reasonable prices. Contact us for price information.
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