Swiss Pavilion's exhibits in place

08:52, April 22, 2010      

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The facade that envelops the pavilion is a curtain of woven aluminum. LED lights comprised of an energy source, a storage unit and a consuming unit are incorporated into the facade. The energy produced is made visible in the form of flashes that are triggered by the pavilion surroundings, such as the sun or flashes made by visitor cameras. Since each solar cell is independent of the others, the whole system is, to a certain extent unpredictable, which results in a haphazard pattern of flashes.


The 50 3D viewers which are equipped with stereoscopic 3D images at 50 binocular stations will display the country’s achievements in innovation and sustainable development.


The operators of the Swiss Pavilion yesterday announced that the construction and interior decoration of the pavilion have been finished.

All exhibits have been put in place as the last 3D viewer providing three-dimensional glimpses of innovative and sustainable Swiss success stories has been installed.

The Swiss Pavilion will bring to life the sustainable interaction between rural and urban spaces and showcase the best Swiss practices.

Source: Expo2010
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