France's National Museum of Natural History's first exhibition "Exploring the Sea and the Unknown"
France's National Museum of Natural History, which is considered one of France's major scientific institutions, will be held for 140 days from Sept. 25 to March 6 next year at the Imagination Tok Tok Museum of North Seoul Dream Forest in Gangbuk-gu, Seoul. The French National Museum of Natural History, which opened in 1793, is known as one of the world's top three natural history museums and has collected 65 million pieces of natural history, including living specimens, minerals and fossils, over the past 400 years.In addition to permanent exhibitions, various countries hold one or two planned exhibitions every year.The Exploration of the Sea and Mijiro is the first exhibition in Korea by the National Museum of Natural History in France, and the first event to introduce the original version held in Paris, France from 2019-2020 to foreign visitors. The "Exploration to the Sea, Unknown" exhibition shows various aspects of the sea, including deep-sea ecosystem information, benefits humanity receives from the sea, future value of the sea, and appearance of the marine ecosystem.Through a 3D replica sample produced by the National Museum of Natural History in France, it is possible to vividly observe marine life that cannot be easily seen, and you can meet vast and high-quality content through multimedia or audio-visual materials.In addition, it is expected that it will satisfy the curiosity of various visitors as an event organized by a group of world-class marine science experts who directly participated in marine exploration as well as the museum's chief curator.
Archives containing various research results on the sea, realistic content specially produced for Korean exhibitions and multimedia experiences will be added to vivid 3D reproduction samples of marine life to showcase not only fun but also educational and social messages.In addition, the "Earth Patting Campaign" will be held with the Environment Foundation, the largest environmental organization in Korea, to donate some of the proceeds from the exhibition.
An official from Space Elvis, an exhibition partner company specializing in realistic media, said, "We will be able to gain more educational effects with vast contents such as realistic media art, multimedia, and audio-visual materials specially produced for exploration exhibitions in the sea and unknown." Space Elvis said it plans to reinforce a total of seven contents, including various interactive content videos, in addition to construction, and show them to visitors at the exhibition. Park Hae-sik, a reporter for Dong-A.D. firstname.lastname@example.org