The Concept

The flashlight game leads visitors in a search for hidden details. The invisible becomes apparent in the beam of what seems to be a flashlight. This way, it becomes possible to discover nocturnal animals such as bats, wild boar and deer. Or, a detective tour of the museum might take place in the night. This interactive exhibit is highly versatile in application and is well suited to a fun approach to teaching.

How It Works

A transparent image is laminated onto a pane of glass. The backing behind the glass, at the rear of the frame, is black and renders the image invisible. A ‘spotlight’ (a small elliptical plate), which can be moved in a slot, is mounted between the black backing and the transparent image. The image only appears in front of the white surface of the ‘flashlight beam’. A surprising effect.

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