An interesting feature of the exhibition is that it focuses on dinosaur species discovered in Hungary, such as Hungarosaurus tormai, Ajkaceratops kozmai, Iharkutosuchus makadii, and Pannoniasaurus inexpectatus.
On the 4.5-meter wall, we used a lively and colorful palette to create a perfect harmony that appeals to both children and adults. Two projectors and laser sensors detect the touch of visitors, inducing various interactions in the virtual environment.
Both children and adults can unleash their artistic intuition, as one of the attraction's supplementary elements is the rendering of color-in animals in the scene. What does this mean exactly? Visitors can paint or draw their own patterns on pre-printed coloring sheets, which can then be scanned on-site using a fast scanner and incorporated into the scene. In just a few moments, the bee-patterned Ajkaceratops kozmai can walk onto the wall. There's also an opportunity to create a lasting memory, as the dinosaur that you colored in can be taken home as a postcard at the end of the game.