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CyberTouch Multi-Touch Table Featured in the Dinosaur Hall at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

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CyberTouch Multi-Touch Table Featured in the Dinosaur Hall at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
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Visitors to the Dinosaur Hall in the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County experience the wonder of the prehistoric creatures in a totally new way with innovative exhibits featuring audio-visual systems provided by Electrosonic. Twice the size of the old galleries, the recently-opened 14,000 square-foot Dinosaur Hall displays specimens – including the world’s only T. rex growth series of baby, juvenile and adult skeletons – mounted on unique platforms and preserved and articulated using modern methods. The skylit L-shaped Hall is flooded with natural light; a glass-sided mezzanine runs along the short side of the L where additional wall-mounted exhibits reveal more about the amazing creatures and show what it’s like to find fossils in the field and study them in the lab. A CyberTouch Terra 65 multi-touch table, which can handle 32 simultaneous touches, is positioned alongside an exhibit of excavation tools. Its table-style configuration, is made by CyberTouch. Advanced Infrared touch technology allows groups of kids to assemble and play a game that simulates a dinosaur excavation.