The exhibition space is designed to carry out the both experiential and educational quality which the project focused on through out. The wall functions as a place where you gain knowledge regards to satellite image production, while the above projection provides a live camera feed from the balloon camera, in order to provide instant access of the aerial perspective of the visitors. The pressurized gas lines, found from the aerospace junkyard is used as part of info-graph, in order to set the tone of the exhibition site. Below are the description, providing the layout of the exhibition space:
E2: BMS Completed Missions
The slideshow contains documentation of the participants attempts to make their distinctive mark for BeMySatellite.
P5: BMS Tracking Installation
The documentation of installing the Tracking Installation that was installed, in which that is for the purpose to detect the exact date when one of the satellite images of Los Angeles County gets refreshed, for the duration of the project.
P3: BMS Clock
BMS Clock that counts days until the image of Los Angeles gets refreshed.
A1: Geoeye-2 Satellite Pixel Grid
Geoeye is one of the commerical satellite image provider for Google. Each square indicates one pixel of Geoeye-2 satellite that will be launching in year 2013.
1-3: BMS Mission Kits
Tools that are designed based on observing the documentation of participants’ completed missions.
4: Satellite Coverage Atlas
Short background history of the satellite image production, and photo illustrations of various satellite image coverage by location, resolution, refresh timeline, and censored areas.
5, 6: Balloon Camera and the Projection of the Live Feed from the Camera.