The second part of our modular exhibition, “From the Wheel to Artificial Intelligence: a brief history of innovation”, is dedicated to the innovations of Byzantium, the Medieval West and the Renaissance.
The hologram of Empress Theodora, Marco Polo’s Silk Road, objects that laid the foundations for the development of healthcare, astronomy, shipping and printing, Leonardo Da Vinci’s bicycle and 3D printing technologies await us in this exhibition spine to understand the history of innovation up to the present day.
The exhibition experiments with new technologies and museological approaches, creating a theatrical exhibition environment. It is aimed at audiences of all ages, as its goal is to help young and old alike to rediscover, in new ways, the world we live in!
The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Department of Forestry, Wood Science and Design of the University of Thessaly, under the auspices of the Municipality of Larissa, with the support of Xiaomi and GM Studio.
Visitors can tour the exhibition on their own or in a group with a guide. For scheduling tours you can contact us by phone at +30 2410 234422 and by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONTRIBUTORS TO THE EXHIBITION
Exhibition curator: Klairi Bakoura
Historical Research: Alexandros Touloumtzidis & Stella Michael
Visual Design: Christos Papadimitriou
Printing – Construction: Chroma Print