In London, National Geographic uses temperature-controlled chambers to test out materials
National Geographic London, in addition to being a museum, has started selling material designed for explorers who experience scorching or sub-zero temperatures during their travels. To put their materials to the test under real-life conditions, a temperature-controlled chamber has been installed in a section of the store’s boutique.
This temperature-controlled chamber has been a real talking point between museum visitors. It’s also highly appreciated by customers searching for materials for expeditions to extreme climates, as well as children who are fascinated by this latest instalment at the museum.
In fact, the museum organised a ‘refreshing’ dance show experience within the chamber for its customers, highlighting just how diverse this technology can be for both the public and serious explorers.