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``Water Movement`` Lifelike Reproduction
The Water Movement exhibit, showing pea plant replicas on top of walk-in exhibit that mimics underground environment.

Very few people can honestly say that they’ve seen what goes on underneath the soil. But this exhibit in AgroLiquid’s IQhub museum lets visitors virtually step below ground to get a new perspective on water movement.

This three-sided unit with soil-like walls features animation and sound effects that show how water moves through the soil beneath a farmer’s crops. Fake pea plants cover the roof of the unit. Fake roots from the plants hang down from the ceiling below.

A motion sensor triggers a thunderstorm simulation when visitors step into the display. During the simulation, an animation on monitors show how the water flows through the different types of soil. Meanwhile, virtual lightning flashes and the sounds of rain surround the visitor. As the animation runs, informational audio plays and a virtual guide provides insight about the water movement depicted by the monitors.

Signs on the interior and exterior of the unit provide further scientific information about water movement. The signs discuss other details about the soil and explain farmers’ water management tactics. They also feature supplemental images and graphics.

Project Description

The creative concept for this display was first developed for AgroLiquid’s IQhub museum.

  • Three-walled structure with soil-like texture
  • Fake pea plants
  • TV monitors playing animation
  • Informational signs
  • Sound effects and audio guide

Client: AgroLiquid

Categories: Ag Museums, Agribusiness, Agricultural Exhibit, Interactive Exhibit, IQ hub, Lifelike Reproduction, Sustainable Ag

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