The coastal city of Piran and the Slovenian dolphin population have gained their own research center. Morigenos is a Slovenian association dedicated to studying and protecting the dolphins that inhabit the Slovenian Adriatic Sea, as well as educating the public about these wonderful creatures. The opening of this new research center marks a significant step in educating the wider public about dolphin protection and their natural habitat. The zerodays team is proud to be a part of bringing such an interesting and important project to life.
Morigenos’ research is focused on learning how to properly take care of dolphins and their home, by constantly monitoring them and identifying any possible dangers. The association strives to effectively protect dolphins and help keep the entire ocean environment healthy, which is vital for the human population as well. Additionally, a big part of their work is educating people about the wide variety of life in the oceans and its protection. This center is a significant advancement in their efforts to educate about and research marine mammals. It will facilitate a variety of initiatives such as workshops, roundtable discussions, educational activities for schools, and programs designed for diverse groups. Additionally, it homes an interesting exhibition on dolphins, which is enhanced by a variety of interactive elements and educational apps, which we have worked on over the past year.
The new museum of marine mammals at Tartini square strives to educate the public about those fascinating animals and the environment they inhabit. The well designed and thought out exhibition is further augmented with an interactive set of games made by the zerodays team.
Those are playable on big touchscreen displays as well as mobile tablets and range from games made for the youngest to a bit harder challenges and some educational content. We’d like to invite you to visit Morigenos and immerse yourself in an underwater sound room, test out your newly gained knowledge and browse the likes of Finstagram and MorigeNews.