ESA interactive exhibition

Exhibition “Spaceship Earth” with multi-touch rotary screens in the Ars Electronica Center

Interactive exhibition with seven rotatable multi touch screens

For the Ars Electronica Center (Linz, Austria), Ars Electronica Solutions designed an interactive exhibition on behalf of ESA (European Space Agency).

Garamantis developed – amongst other things –  the multi-touch software for seven rotatable touch screens on which various satellite images from ESA’s stock, along with corresponding additional information, are displayed, depending on the rotation angle.

Also remarkable in this context is a “barrier-free or child mode” that allows users to move any interactive element down to accessible height with a single button-click.

Ars Electronica

Ars Electronica Solutions

Project facts

  • Client: Ars Electronica Solutions
  • Context: Ars Electronica Center
  • Implementation time: 12 weeks
  • Finishing date: August 2015
  • 7 rotatable interactive touch screens
  • Globe projection with ESA data on the floor
  • CMS for administrating all contents
  • Accessibility of the installation for wheelchair user
7 rotatable, interactive touch screens in the company exhibition
Child touching the multitouch screen of a multitouch stele in the exhibition
Exhibition about the ESA at the Ars Electronica Center - Visitors interact with interactive globe
Interactive exhibition with seven rotating touch screens
The multi-touch software displays ESA satellite images and additional information based on them, depending on the rotation angle of the touchscreens.

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Utilized Products

Multi-Touch Revolving Monitor

Why the Whole World from Now on Revolves Around Your Content. Intuitive and immersive 360° presentation.


Multi-Touch Software

Definitely No Standard-Issue Product, Just Like Yours. Unless You Develop ISO Standards. Individual software development in Unity 3d for a great user experience.


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