Welcome to Interspectral

We are a 3D-visualization software company that transform complex 3D data to engaging interactive experiences and insights. Our customers use our products and services for science communication, education, public engagement and for professional use.

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Welcome to Interspectral

We are a 3D-visualization software company that transform complex 3D data to engaging interactive experiences and insights. Our customers use our products and services for science communication, education, public engagement and for professional use.

Racing for industrialization with Dr.-Ing. Tobias Gustmann

Interview with Dr.-Ing. Tobias Gustmann, Head of Additive Manufacturing Technologies, Alloy Design and Processing Department, Institute for Complex Materials, Leibniz ...

New and flexible way to purchase interactive exhibits for smaller museums and science centres

Times of uncertainty and intermittent lockdowns call for flexibility. We are offering an easy way to access digital science exhibits ...

The National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm is on tour with Sjukt Smart – Innovations in the fight against Corona.

The National Museum of Science and Technology is a science center in Stockholm, and Sweden's biggest museum of technology. In ...

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Purchase interactive science exhibits for Inside Explorer in minutes

At Interspectral we work with leading researchers, museums, collections and organisations worldwide to create educating and entertaining digital exhibitions featuring interactive 3D visualizations spanning a wide variety of topics.

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Upcoming Webinar. The development of X-ray with Deutsches Röntgen-Museum

Live at 14th April 5pm CEST. Register for webinar >

Testimonials

The students (and staff) will find the tables extremely engaging. They allow for collaboration and there is enormous scope to use them in our programs.

Sofia Fiusco, Director at Ballarat Tech School

 

 

The in-gallery touch-table enables people to explore how mummified remains tell us about the age, sex, health and beliefs of ancient Egyptian people.

Dr James Fraser, Senior Curator at the Nicholson Museum

 

 

With help from the technology, the mummies become so much stronger mediators of knowledge of our past.

Elna Nord, Exhibition Producer at The Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern

 

 

Few people could fail to be impressed with the detail in which insects are shown which will hopefully translate into a greater interest in invertebrates.

Amanda Callaghan, Curator at the Cole Museum of Zoology