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Deutsches Technikmuseum - Exhibit of the Month

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Exhibit of the Month

Exhibit of the Month: Educational computer LC-80 (1984) and Arduino Uno (2013)

Photo (detail): Part of the computer's board, its 25-digit calculator keyboard for programming, and another numeric display. © SDTB / Photo: C. Kirchner

Rugged small computers for acquiring basic computer science skills: once for students in the GDR and currently in the maker scene.

Glass cabinet in the entrance hall

Exhibit of the Month: "Yasmin" tea service, between 2000 and 2011

Photo: On display is the service´s teapot and the warmer. It is made of white porcelain and is decorated with the "Yasmin" logo and lettering. © SDTB / Photo: H.-F. Lachmann

Advertising that circumvents the law very cleverly: The female clientele is reached through the doctor's waiting room - with a nice cup of tea.

Glass cabinet
in the entrance hall

Exhibit of the Month: Two pop-up books, 1938 and 1939

Photo: The opened book shows a locomotive on the turntable in front of a locomotive shed. The sophisticated folding of the paperboard is the basis for the three-dimensional figures.

Vivid three-dimensional insights into the world of railways and cars - owing to sophisticated folding.




Exhibit of the Month: Related Radios: DKE 38 and Universum W 111 from 1974

Photo: Two square radios of the same size are placed one behind the other. The bakelite housing contains the respective up-to-date technology: an orange "Universum W 111" and a blackish-brown DKE 38. © SDTB / Photo: C. Kirchner

Pop Art with historical touch made in Western Germany: A DKE 38 from juvenile radio days is standing godfather for a "bestseller in new style".