Interactive Displays

Interactive multimedia systems and other features are available for any exhibit. The multimedia programs integrate 2-D and 3-D graphics, sound, and digitized video for an enhanced learning experience.

Information on how a spacecraft works, the history of a particular program, and many other items can be included in a multimedia program.

Three-dimensional models of a spacecraft, displayed on a monitor, can be manipulated by a visitor. They can study the outside and inside of a spacecraft from any angle.

The programs and any needed hardware designs are developed with customized features for your particular venue.

Contact Historic Space Systems about your interactive exhibit  and display requirements.

Our new Gemini Docking Simulator integrates multimedia elements in the training segment, and is fully interactive during the simulation.  For more details:

Our interactive exhibit skills are not limited to space subjects. Here is a working canal lock model that operates with visitor input:


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