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    1. Harappans: the World’s first town planners - In this exhibit we can study that Harappas were the first to adopt systematic town planning. The exhibit consists of the various models collected during excavation.
    2. Indian musical instruments - This exhibit consists of some musical instruments of Indian origin. Two TVs are provided showing the slides of various Indian instruments. Music is very old to India.
    3. Science and Technology in India- a time line - The Indian Civilization has a long recorded history of scientific culture that goes back to more than 5000 years. This gallery portrays the rich contributions of ancient India in science and technology. Indians developed one of the earliest written scripts (the Indus Scripts), built urban towns, with residential complexes and wastewater systems, way back in 2500 BC.
  • hourglass
        Hologram – Hologram is an image, captured not as an image of a 3D object focused on film, but as an interference pattern at the film. Typically, coherent light from a laser is reflected from an object and combined at the film with light from a reference beam. This recorded interference pattern actually contains much more information than a focused image and enables the viewer to view a true three dimensional image, which exhibits parallax. The image will change its appearance if you look at it from a different angle, just as if you were looking at a real 3D object.  
         3D viewing with Polaroid - Two separate projectors project two images of an object seen through left and right eye. The viewer views through a pair of analysing filters (linear polarizers mounted in reverse orientation). Our brain fuses these two images into perception of a three dimensional scene or composition.
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            1. Introduction of Indian contributions in Science - An attempt is made with this part of the exhibit to show case the ancient Indian independent contributions in science. Specially focusing on some important fields of science, mathematics, medicines etc.
            2. Word numeral - The nine numbers ranging from 0 to 9 were related to physical realities. In this exhibit you can study how the different numbers were used to express each number.
          2. gear
            1. Gravity - It was regarded that gravity not as a force but as a cause of the act of falling in 5th century BC.
            2. Elasticity - Elasticity was conceived as the property that responsible for a bow or a branch of tree, which can undergo contraction or expansion.  
            3. Viscosity - It was conceived as the cause of cohesion and smoothness.
          3. encrypt
              1. Area of circle - This exhibit tells how Aryabata gives the area of circle formula which is known even today.
              2. Mathematical series: This exhibit shows us about the trigonometric operations.
              1. hourglass
                    Hologram – Hologram is an image, captured not as an image of a 3D object focused on film, but as an interference pattern at the film. Typically, coherent light from a laser is reflected from an object and combined at the film with light from a reference beam. This recorded interference pattern actually contains much more information than a focused image and enables the viewer to view a true three dimensional image, which exhibits parallax. The image will change its appearance if you look at it from a different angle, just as if you were looking at a real 3D object.  
                     3D viewing with Polaroid - Two separate projectors project two images of an object seen through left and right eye. The viewer views through a pair of analysing filters (linear polarizers mounted in reverse orientation). Our brain fuses these two images into perception of a three dimensional scene or composition.
                      1. moon
                            Stereoscope - Traditional stereoscopic photography consists of creating a 3-D illusion from a pair of 2-D images. The easiest way to create depth perception in the brain is to provide the eyes of the viewer with two different images, representing two perspectives of the same object, with a minor deviation similar to the perspectives that both eyes naturally receive in binocular vision.
                            Kaleidoscope - This is a kaleidoscope with three plain mirrors arranged along the three sides of an equilateral triangle. The mirrors being at equal angles with each other from multiple symmetrical images of the flowing coloured liquid kept inside

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