In the Civic and Media Centre of the State Parliament of Baden-Württemberg, visitors use all their senses to find out about the work of the state parliament. The wall panels made of Corian® and brass are partly interactive and can be experienced tactilely, with audio description or videos and with Braille lettering for blind and visually impaired people.Discover more
With the Right Scale You Always Keep the Overview
If one wanted to show the entire 385 km² area of the Paris Saclay Master Plan at a scale of 1:2000, the model would be a good 20 m tall. At a smaller scale, trees and buildings would shrink beyond recognition. So we limited ourselves to a core area of 100 km² to keep the interplay of landscape, traffic routes and architecture vivid.
The size of the model remains imposing: thousands of acrylic trees, individually assembled by hand, grow on 5 metres.
Tactile Exploration of Topographical Information
With a barrier-free, tactile model on a scale of 1:250,000 Baden-Württemberg shows the advantages of the diversity of its landscape.
The cool elegance and the perfect hygienic characteristics make Corian® the ideal material. From the mountainous southwest to the Stuttgart basin, it flatters the hands of visitors of the exhibition at the Citizens’ and Media Centre in the Stuttgart State Parliament.
Basis for Interactive Exhibits With Front Projection
With a topography model on a scale of 1:65,000, all aircraft movements in Switzerland are displayed in real time on the 3.50 m x 2.00 m 3D relief in the Swiss Museum of Transport. Visitors can retrieve further information via a monitor – and even see everything when standing in the third row.
What data do we need for this?
- 2D plans with elevation contours / lines
- 3D point clouds
- 3D point clouds
- already modelled original templates for 3D scanning
… or you simply tell us which map section we should use and we will get the geodata for you.