We design and build all kinds of green energy exhibits and more. The exhibits shown below are both educational and interactive, allowing children and their families to experience science in real time as well as having a lot of fun and to think green.
To learn more about these exhibits, choose one of the titles below:
Human Powered Light –TV-Radio Exhibit
The concept behind this green energy exhibit is to educate young students on how to generate electricity using pure human power… It teaches them about energy consumption and the need to reduce our carbon foot print.
This exhibit requires two people, one for each generator and is capable of generating enough electricity to power two 8-watt florescent light bulbs, a 20-led lamp, a transistor radio and together a small 12-volt television… One more thing about this exhibit, it gets you to exercise along with having a lot of fun and it's great for the whole family.
Human Powered Raceway Exhibit
The concept behind this green energy exhibit is to educate young students on how to generate electricity using pure human power. It also helps to develop eye and hand coordination skills such as driving a miniature slot car around the entire length of the raceway without any mishaps.
This exhibit requires two teams, equaling four players. One member of each team being the energy provider, and the other providing the driving skills, but in lieu of racing against time, they will be competing against each other to win the race.
Wireless Electricity/Communication Exhibit
This Wireless Electricity Exhibit is based on using magnetically resonance coupling to transmit electricity over a distance with out the use of wires. It is also capable of transmiting voice communication over a distance using the same.
Imagine a future in which wireless power transfer is feasible; cell phones, household robots, mp3 players, laptop computers and other portable electronics capable of charging themselves without ever being plugged in, freeing us from ubiquitous power wires. Learn the facts on how and why it works and more.
Laser & Light Communication Exhibit
This exhibit demonstrates the transmission of human voice & digital data over visible & non-visible light beam sources and through the use of optical fiber. A great educational exhibit for students of all ages.
During this demonstration the students will learn how to build their own light communication device using cheap electronic parts and more.