When visitors stand in front of the Greenscreen, the picture captured by the camera is emerged to a Selected Background. Visitors will find themselves in different situations, e.g. landing on the Moon, flying over mountains, or walking through Macao. Visitors can also Print a Photo using their Entrance Card.
Visitors can stand in front of the Weather Chart and play the Role of a Weather Reporter. Visitors can also Print a Photo using their Entrance Card.
The first Radio Station in Macao was created in 1933, situated in Headquarters of Macao Post. In this Exhibit, visitors can learn a brief history of the Radio Station in Macao.
In Electronics, a Vacuum Tube is a device generally used to Amplify, or otherwise Modify, an Electric Signal. In this Exhibit, different kinds of Tubes are shown and visitors can learn the history of Vacuum Tubes.
Visitors can control the direction of a Satellite Receiver Dish (Antenna), which is monitored by a camera outside the Museum. As they lock onto a Satellite, an indicator on the table shows how many Channels are working on that Satellite, and four selected Channels of that Satellite will be outputted to the digital TVs.