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New Interactive Exhibition

The Museum has recently opened a new interactive exhibition in the Merston Hall that enables our visitors to see the interior of the three cockpits of the Canberra B2 without entering the aircraft. A purpose built console with wheelchair access has been made with a monitor screen showing cockpit views of the Canberra. The visitor is able by the use of a mouse to navigate around each of the cockpits, to go between the cockpits and to zoom onto selected aircraft instruments. On selection, the aircraft instruments and items in the cockpits are automatically labelled. The software to enable this exhibition to function was produced by photographer Harald Joergens.

 Click HERE for more information on Harald Joergens Photography

 

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