Exhibit design and fabrication

Museum exhibit design and construction, physical models

Blending writing, graphics, physical models and multimedia, Diversified Scientific Solutions has created several exhibits that are currently on display. Visit the Sidney Historical Museum to view a completed three phase development utilizing researched graphic panels and physical models.

Examples of Exhibit Posters

Historical Museum  Sidney Historical Museum  Hydrothermal_vents
DFO exhibit panel   DFO exhibit panel  Maritimeway
See constructed table-top display for Ocean's Day Stream to Sea theme
Terra  Remote_Sensing

Examples of Physical Models

Beaver Pond   Beaver Pond   Beaver Pond
Sidney Sawmill model   Sidney Sawmill model   Sidney Sawmill model
Reefnet fishery   Reefnet fishery   Dioxin
TBT  TBT2  Dioxin
TBT  TBT2  Dioxin

Touch Screen Kiosk Systems

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Swan Lake Nature Sanctuary Learning Station

Designed a multimedia nature touch screen kiosk which included one hundred birds with photos, description and calls, one hundred native plants with photos and descriptions, amphibians, insects, mammals, reptiles, insects, natural history, climate change, invasive species and Gary Oak groves. Also included is a childrens area with an interactive bird game.

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Institute of Ocean Sciences Touch Screen Kiosk

Diversified Scientific Solutions designed and constructed a touch screen multimedia kiosk presentation which integrated video, audio, photos and descriptive text. The kiosk was installed in the front foyer of the Institute of Ocean Sciences and was used to introduce visitors to the various science programs conducted by both Fisheries and Oceans Canada as well as the Pacific Geoscience Centre.

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Travelling Exhibit

Through Artists' Eyes

Through Artists' Eyes

Rob Bowen of Diversified Scientific Solution designed and curated Through Artists' Eyes: The First Scientific Crossing of the Arctic Ocean exhibit in association with Dr. Ed Carmack of the Institute of Ocean Sciences

IIn 1994, a Canadian and an American ice breaker carried out the first scientific crossing of the Arctic Ocean. This historical event joins a rich chronology of Arctic explorations such as those carried out by Parry, Franklin and Ross.

Through Artists' Eyes presented an exciting visual account of the expedition blending both art and science featuring the works of Canadian artists Dr. Sylvester Drabitt and Christopher Walker. The exhibit travelled for two years across Canada with venues including:
  • The Institute of Ocean Sciences
  • The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
  • The Vancouver Maritime Museum
  • The Freshwater Institute (Winnipeg)
  • The Canadian Museum of Nature (Ottawa)
  • The Halifax Museum of Natural History
  • The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (Yellowknife)
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