As the visitors load up the box with books, the dummy complains about the load - and is
then relieved when books are removed. There are 2 dummies, one lifting correctly, bending
the knees, and this one lifting badly.
This was my favourite exhibit, though its impossible to take good photos of it. The
visitor sits in the driving seat, next to a dummy examiner. Through the windscreen is a
model landscape - a perspective view of endless blocks of flats at night. The lights
inside the flats, and those in the middle of the road, chase in sequence, the speed
related to the pressure on the accelerator pedal. This gives a wonderful sense of
motion. The examiner asks you to operate various controls, and if you find them in time,
you pass. Eventually a dog in the back seat starts barking unexpectedly, and miniature
dummies start popping up in the road. If you do not take your foot off the accelerator in
time, a large dummy splats on the windscreen and you fail the test.