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Explore, Play, Learn: The Colorful World of Science!

Mima Wood

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MIMA WOOD is an innovative product that focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM) education for children aged 5-12 years old. The product is designed to be both educational and fun, providing kids with a hands-on approach to learning about various scientific concepts.


Each of the 10 MIMA WOOD kits is a tabletop portable version of a different scientific experiment, focusing on different STEAM concepts. The easy-to-assemble sets are perfect for classrooms, as they take up minimal space and can be easily stored away after use.

Students can build their own mini science center by assembling the MIMA WOOD sets themselves, learning about scientific laws and principles through the process. After use, the kits can be easily disassembled and stored back in their boxes, ready for their next use.

MIMA WOOD is not only an educational tool, but also a fun and engaging one. Kids will love the process of building their own mini science center and experimenting with different STEAM concepts. The product promotes hands-on learning, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.


Get your MIMA WOOD kit today and start exploring the wonders of STEAM education!​

It’s in:   Kuala Lumpur National Science CenterRealised in: 2024 | Together with: CEZERI | We did: Design & Development - Production 


Audience: Suitable for ages 6 and above Languages: English, Malay, customizable | Accessibility: Universal Design


The "Infinite Mirror" exhibit offers a visual experience that captivates and educates visitors about the principles of optics and light reflection.

The exhibit captivates visitors by creating a series of diminishing reflections that appear to recede into an impossibly deep space. The effect demonstrates the properties of light and reflection in a vivid and engaging way and also introduces concepts such as geometric progression and the behavior of light.

This makes the "Infinite Mirror" exhibit a mesmerizing educational tool, perfect for fostering a deeper interest in science and optical phenomena.


The "Power of Magnets" exhibit is a hands-on, interactive display designed to educate about the fascinating world of magnetism and its effects. This exhibit features a simple yet effective setup involving a pendulum with a magnetic bob hanging over a circular array of colored magnets arranged on a wooden platform.

This exhibit teaches fundamental concepts of magnetic fields and forces, demonstrating how magnets exert invisible forces that can attract or repel objects without direct contact. It also allows children to experiment with different configurations, providing a practical understanding of how polarity affects magnetic interactions.


The "Bernoulli Blower" exhibit is a designed to introduce children to the principles of air pressure and fluid dynamics, using the concepts of Bernoulli's Principle. In this exhibit, a lightweight ball floats in the air above a wooden tower that houses a fan at its base. As the fan pushes air upward through the tower, the speed of the air increases, which according to Bernoulli's Principle, decreases the air pressure around the ball. This interactive display not only captivates children’s attention but also encourages them to explore and understand the scientific principles behind the phenomena in an engaging and memorable way.


The "Newton's Balls" exhibit is an engaging educational display that demonstrates conservation of momentum and energy through a series of swinging spheres. The set up illustrates Newton's third law of motion—every action has an equal and opposite reaction—as well as energy transfer between objects in motion. This exhibit not only shows these fundamental physical principles in a clear and simple way but also provides a hands-on experience that encourages children to interact and observe the effects of physics in real time. This can spark curiosity and foster a deeper understanding of how forces work in everyday life.


The "RGB Lights" exhibit is designed to educate about the science of light and color. RGB stands for Red, Green, and Blue, the primary colors of light. By mixing these colors, a wide range of colors can be created. This exhibit features an arrangement where participants can manipulate RGB lights to see how combining them in various ways produces different colors.

Inside a wooden framework, this setup provides a hands-on learning experience about additive colors formation.

Children will gain a deeper understanding of light physics and the practical applications of color theory in technology.

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