〇 Space Shuttle Endeavor Exhibit

The interactive exhibit shown in the rendering above was created for presentation to an aerospace engineering university program. The interpretive content centered on three main themes: (1) milestones in the department’s development of lab equipment that eventually flew on the space shuttle Endeavor, (2) the academic and career achievements of one alumnus of the school who became a NASA astronaut and eventually flew in space, and (3) the contemporary and future technological advancements in teaching within the department. To help convey this information, the concept included several pushbutton-driven LED monitors, speakers, and a pushbutton-driven turntable that allowed a visitor to rotate the payload artifact for viewing purposes. The structure included laminated cabinetry, welded aluminum railings with tempered glass panels, UV-printed Sintra graphics, and a rear-lit frosted glass header sign.