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In this exhibition station, users can experience the oscillating walking movement of astronauts due to the low gravity on the Moon, in the area that represents the Moon's surface, thanks to the vest-like clothes that the users are dressed in and the mechanism these clothes are attached to on the ceiling.
In this exhibition station, users can swipe and move small images with images of galaxies via the touch screen and get information about galaxies by clicking on the images. It can be used by multiple users at the same time.
In this augmented reality exhibition station, users can get information about those planets by moving the telescope towards different planets through a touch screen and a telescope attached to it, focusing on that planet, then clicking on the screen.
In this exhibition station, the rotation of the Moon around the Earth and itself, and the rotation of the Earth around itself are shown. Users are informed that we always see the same face of the Moon from the Earth, as these rotations are of equal duration. In addition, in this exhibition station, which includes a video projected on a model of the Moon, users are given information about the Moon.
In this exhibition station, it is aimed to match users by finding two identical technologies. It works in the same way as remembering games. In this station, which works with a touch system in which smart glasses are used, the opaque glass chambers at first are used by making the sensors under them become transparent when touched.
At this exhibition station, users can learn about light spectra by swiping a touchscreen on the floating slide and stopping at points where oscillation changes.
In this exhibition station, users can observe the non-touch-enabled wall being turned into a touch-enabled wall through the projections and sensors located on the top. The wall without any color or light, with the user's contact and motion-detecting sensors; becomes a wall that can contain illuminated, colorful and animated visuals. In short, by simply touching the wall; the wall becomes a lively exploration area.
At this exhibition station, users can see live information such as weather conditions and topography in various parts of the world through a world image reflected on the globe with 4 projections. At the same time, they can manage the image on the globe with the touch screen next to globe.
In this exhibition station, users can move the winged human model on the screen as they wish, thanks to the motion-detecting cameras.
LED screen ceiling applications allow users entering the area to have the effect of having the sky on them. These screens can display very different images with different designs.
In this station, where there is information about the Red Planet Mars, users can get a lot of information about Mars through the screens, and they can move a robot in the area in the middle that represents the surface of Mars.
At this exhibition station, users can see the rotational speed and times of the planets around the Sun by rotating the Solar System model on a fully mechanical circle scaled to real dimensions. In this way, users can see how far the other planets traveled while completing one rotation of any planet around the Sun.
This exhibition station features a seating area and integrated touchscreen information displays. Users can get information about various stars by projecting information on the ceiling through the screens. At the same time, the screens around the station contain information about the stars such as the life of the stars, the layers of the Sun, and the voice of the Sun.
At this exhibition station, users perform tasks of varying difficulty by steering a robot arm. In these tasks, it is aimed to pick up certain objects from and drop them to a different point determined by movements such as catch, drop, up, down, right, left.
This exhibition station is designed for users to view outside of the International Space Station. It is aimed for users to experience the feeling of watching space through a round screen in the room, where the doors and lights are closed at certain time intervals. This experience can be designed for many different areas.
Airpcraft simulators in the aircraft simulation area are designed for users to experience flying an aircraft. The interior of each of them is designed for two people, and there are instruments inside a real airplane. Earth images taken from real flights were added to the screens added to the part instead of the windshield. The images are interactively shaped according to the way the user directs the plane.
In this exhibition station, users can take a tour of the screen in front of them with motion-detecting sensors and a design which they can be positioned. In this way, they can experience flying.
In this exhibition station, users can see its weight on different planets when they step on the scale. At the same time, the rollers on the application allow users to measure the weight of any substance weighing 1 kg on Earth, on other planets.