with wireless control via a tablet for daily mode, night tour
lighting scenes for rooms, display cases and displayed exhibits
element of the “globe” with a control screen
The zoological exposition called Noah’s Ark brings the visitors of the New Building of the National Museum into the fascinating world of animals who live or have lived on our planet. The exposition takes the visitors through mountain passes and peaks, the Caribbean islands or Madagascar, the mysterious underwater world, Scandinavian grasslands and other parts of our planet, inhabited by various creatures, whether living or not.
The Helvar lighting control was used to increase the attractiveness of the displayed exhibits and to draw attention. The spotlights located on bars are divided into 88 separate phase-dimmed circuits. The RGB spotlights located on the sides, creating a coloured light spectrum, impressively complement the overall impression. The display cases are illuminated with LED strips that switch on in front of the visitors and switch off when the area of the display case is empty again. The user visualisation enables comfortable control of the whole exposition.