[2012] Medical doll

The medical doll allows visitors of the MED labor to try out examination methods of a pediatrician. A doll in the size of a child, which is equipped with different sensors and RFID readers, lies on an examining table. The doll responds to provided medical items, like a stethoscope, otoscope or magnifier. At the beginning of every sequence, the doll explains with kind of pain it feels.

The visitors search for the right instrument and treat the interactive doll at the right spot. A physician explains the disease of the doll and the its therapy.


Temporary exhibit [2012|04 – 2013|03]
Exhibition: Heart over Heals | MED Labor
Location: FRida & freD – The Graz Children’s Museum

[2019] Track the clock

de Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, Mannheim, Deutschland [2019|05 – 2020|02]
at  FRida & freD – Graz Children’s Museum, Graz, Austria [2020|04 – ongoing]

For the exhibition “Track the clock” the DMT team developed 15 interactive stations on the subject of time. Children can take photos of themselves at several stations and at the end of the visit they receive a certificate with their photos.

360 degree panorama pictures

Changes over time

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The little city Everytime

de Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, Mannheim, Germany [2019|05 – 2020|02]
at FRida & freD – Graz Children’s Museum, Graz, Austria [2020|04 – ongoing]

The DMT Team developed five interactive stations for the exhibition “The little city Everytime”. 

Für die Ausstellung “Das kleine Städchen Jederzeit” wurden vom DMT Team fünf interaktive Stationen entwickelt. Various professions are brought closer to the children in the exhibition. You have to wake up a baker, you can go on a fishing boat, swing the baton in an orchestra, support a cook in his hectic work or go fishing in the harbor.


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