Our goal is to establish a Centre for Engineering History on a permanent facility in Toronto, Canada.
We just work where it's possible:
2005, 2006 Science Fair organized by University of Western Ontario, London Galleria, London ON
2008 CARPE DIEM AWARD Winner for Most Creative Display “Engineers of the Renaissance”, London Fall Home Show, Convention Centre, London ON
2009 Exhibition “Engineers of the Renaissance”, Aeolian Performing Arts Centre, London ON
2010 Exhibition “Engineers of the Renaissance”, Russian-CanadianTheatrical Community Centre, Toronto ON
2010 Participating at Festival “Karusel”, Young & Dundas Square,Toronto ON
2010 Exhibition “Engineering Genius of Leonardo da Vinci”,North York Civic Centre, Toronto ON
2011 Presentation at Rayerson University "Open Doors" event, Toronto ON
2011 Participating at Canada Wide Science Fair, Seneca college, Toronto ON
2012 Two days Workshop at Crestwood Private School, Toronto ON
2012 Participating at Ryerson University Science Rendezvous, Toronto ON
For the past seven years we have worked as a mobile museum in collaboration with School Boards, universities and other educational institutions in Ontario. Our programs became very popular; we received great feedback from schools’ students and mentors.
Exhibition “History of Engineering” consists of unique museum quality hand-made models/replicas of ancient and medieval machines and mechanisms that can be divided into several thematic categories such as Ancient and Medieval Water raising Machines, Ancient Siege Engines, Inventions of Leonardo da Vinci, Construction Machines of the Renaissance etc.
Each model is a masterwork thoroughly designed and built by highly qualified and experienced engineer/ model maker.
Individually designed blueprints were made for every scale model i.e. machines and mechanisms look like they appear on ancient and medieval gravures.
All models are functional and perfectly illustrate mechanical processes for exhibition visitors.
Our lectures/presentations touch such a wide variety of disciplines as Mathematics, Engineering Technologies, Physics and History.
Our online museum was visited by more than 1-million visitors and every day we get a question about our permanent location where people could come to see our machines.
For our future donors we recommend to see our models and video reports from the exhibitions at www.youtube.com/veproject1