Museo Interactivo Mirador (MIM)
The Museo Interactivo Mirador (MIM) has a series of activities to bring children and young people closer to science in a didactic way. The museum sought to generate educational and interactive instances to promote technology and computing in its public, for this it required an activity that would strengthen this objective.
- An activity that would allow participants to experience programming as closely as possible, understanding age differences and knowledge of logic and mathematics.
- A unique system that would allow all participants to carry out the same activity.
- A centralized administration system, where whoever guides the activity could have control of the different participants.
- An immersive experience, that is not based only on an instruction, but a comprehensive experience.
- Taking advantage of the freedom in the theme, which could strengthen other axes of the museum, in this case sustainability.
- A remote control system via robot touch screen was implemented, where the different participants compete to complete the mission as soon as possible, all guided from a central computer.
- Implementation of a comprehensive and easy-to-use robotics workshop.
- The workshop became one of the main activities for MIM visitors, being a great turnout.
- The museum managed to encourage this important edge for future generations that participate in the museum.
- The implemented solution was robust and is still in use today.
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Interactive interface for participants, where instructions are given to the robot.
Robot with developed software that is controlled remotely.