We made a three-dimensional display for the AgroLiquid IQhub that helps visitors visualize some of the chemistry behind fertilizers.
In the early 1900s, a couple German scientists developed the Haber Process, a chemical process that enables us to produce the ammonia necessary for crop fertilizers. This high-tech two-sided display uses light animation to show visitors how the process works. Lights travel through the different elements of the structure to demonstrate the movement of chemicals. Arrows show the direction that the chemicals travel during the process.
Beside the Haber Process demonstration, informational signs and graphics offer concise explanations of the chemistry and the history behind the development of the Haber Process.