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interactive, participatory and informational _ designed for all ages _ creates a different environment in the gallery when the audience becomes part of the art work . NOTA BENE Visual In Order to Control “A text discussing about…"

Can't pin the images from the source... so I'm pinning this and I think this is the original source    http://kristinandkayla.blogspot.com/    Jason Lee is the photographer (not the actor)

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A mãe capturou as imagens colocando a bebê  no colchão com seu pai e adereços adoráveis. A mãe tirou as fotos de cima com algumas pausas quando precisava de um cochilo.

(A mother captured this images by placing the baby on the mattress w/ her father & adorable props. The mother took the photos from the top w/ a few pauses when she needed a nap.

AllofUs - Science Museum: Science of Spying

Science of Spying Exhibition, The Science Museum, is aimed at year olds. The physical installation of computer keys actually light up, and emit sounds of Morse Code. Sound effects are important within design/interactivity for children. Created by AllofUs.

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Remember Lite Brite? At the Fort Worth Museum of Science and Technology, there is a large-scale version of this childhood favorite.

Lite Brite: Super-Sized

Colourful interaction for kids, creating your own designs and shapes through a simple but effective colour cup and white light shining behind Giant Lite Brite! At the Fort Worth Museum of Science and Technology.

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Forced perspective photography is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is

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