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“Surprise, the world can be interesting without colour.”
“Thank you for the impressions which have shown me a lot, and what difficulties there are if you can’t see.”
“An impressive experience which moves seeing into a different dimension.”
“The exhibition is an excellent contribution when it comes to dealing with disability. I got a lot out of it. A successful change of perspective.”
“Thank you very much. I was afraid when I went in, and found I could relax in a dark world.”
"Micromondi-Microworlds. A journey through the world of the microscopically small". A fascinating journey through the world of the microscopically small, where the protagonists, invisible to the naked eye, are animals, plants, natural and artificial objects, water microorganisms, cells, bacteria and viruses, down to the extreme size of the atomic surface.
Immaginario Scientifico's multi-projection exhibitions are completely digitalized, therefore always available upon demand. The exhibition can be equipped with interactive posts with additional information.
New ! Are you ready for a close encounter with the amazing world of modern materials? Come explore Strange Matter.
High-tech fields like the space program are known for their use of advanced materials, but these materials have also found their way into the stuff of everyday life-from car shock absorbers and eyeglass frames to DVD players and golf clubs. In this exhibition you'll uncover the surprising science behind everyday stuff while getting a glimpse of where the future of materials research might take us.