In a new category, the Museum of the University of Tübingen MUT offers a look into current and past exhibitions. These tours can be viewed virtually in a 360° degree view of the exhibition. The experience is completed by further information and an audio guide available in several languages.
Experience objects from Tübingen's unique university collections in a completely new light thanks to impressive 3D modelling. The objects can be displayed even more realistically with VR glasses. All models can be downloaded free of charge and created using a 3D printer.
The MUT eMuseum is an offer realized in 2016, which is based on the recommendations of the Science Council on "Scientific Collections as Research Infrastructures". This publicly accessible part of the MUT object database presents selected objects in the form of image and text content in a clear and easy to search format.
The human sensory impression show themselves especially deceptive, over and over again. It is therefore obvious that the perception of things is moving into the focus of experimental psychology. For with seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and touching a person experiences information which is cognitively processed and let MindThings be created. In the permanent exhibition “Kopf|Sachen – Mind|Things” historic instruments and tests from the psychological collection are presented. Intelligence and competence tests, optical illusions, haptic phenomenon, the fine mechanical work and the history of the department are explained vividly.
Mind and Shape
The permanent exhibition offers insights into the world of mathematics. It is aimed at specialist scientists, as well as people without math expertise. Mind: Mind, spirit and shape: Shape, form outline the topic of this exhibition. It would like to give an insight into the world of thoughts of mathematics. For, what takes place unseen in the heads, can take on a spatial shape in mathematic models.
Today’s Moulage Collection consists of two subcollections: a dermatological one of the University Skin Clinic and a tropical medical one of the German Institute for Medical Mission (Difäm). Outstanding objects are the replicas of, today rare, diseases in their final stages, such as lupus and syphilis, the pest and pox.