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Peace of Cake?

University Museum Utrecht

By means of a Kinect layout realized by IJsfontein, visitors are faced with a choice. They can make a decision by standing in the section of their choice.

Client: University Museum Utrecht

Experience: watch and experience this interactive installation in the Universiteitsmuseum Utrecht.

In short

In the University Museum Utrecht visitors gain an insight into the science behind peace. When peace is restored in a country after a conflict, tough decisions have to be made. How do you do that?

 

How it works

IJsfontein designed an interactive game in which visitors answer questions by standing in a section marked ‘Yes’ or ‘No’. The questions have an increasing ethical complexity. By having people make decisions and play together, the discussion starts.

The exhibition focuses on three (former) war zones: Uganda, South Africa and Yugoslavia. In short documentaries scientists provide insight into their peace research.

 

Find out more?

 

 

Read more articles in our IJsblog.

Contact

Naomi van Stelten or Hans Luyckx +31 (0)20 33 00 111.

 

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Peace of Cake?

Client: University Museum Utrecht

Experience: watch and experience this interactive installation in the Universiteitsmuseum Utrecht.

In short

In the University Museum Utrecht visitors gain an insight into the science behind peace. When peace is restored in a country after a conflict, tough decisions have to be made. How do you do that?

 

How it works

IJsfontein designed an interactive game in which visitors answer questions by standing in a section marked ‘Yes’ or ‘No’. The questions have an increasing ethical complexity. By having people make decisions and play together, the discussion starts.

The exhibition focuses on three (former) war zones: Uganda, South Africa and Yugoslavia. In short documentaries scientists provide insight into their peace research.

 

Find out more?

 

 

Read more articles in our IJsblog.

Contact

Naomi van Stelten or Hans Luyckx +31 (0)20 33 00 111.