Human Body Exhibit | 2009
Márcia Brandão Alves
Hannah Lua Hertz Cunha
Development of interactive modules
Permanent exhibit created at MBA Cultural for the Museu de Ciência e Vida (Museum of Science and Life).
Development of displays and interactive objects to explain how the human body works.
What are bones made of?
Bones made of different materials, comparing resistance and weight.
Different structures to show the resistance of our bone structure.
Several simplified mechanical levers showing how our body distributes its weights and forces and why each lever is located where it is.
A hand's tendons translated into levers, strings and springs, showing the different resulting movements.
Two levers show how our muscles contract or relax to allow our arms to move.
A comparison of our body's joints to different mechanical simplified joints.
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3D spaces exhibit
Adaptation of a french-brazilian Mathematical exhibit for Rio's Astronomy Museum