The GDA opens at the Powerhouse Museum
The 2010 Engineers Australia Awards exhibition is now open at the Powerhouse Museum celebrating innovation, creativity and technological achievement, the exhibition was officially opened by the President of Engineers Australia Peter Hitchiner and the Head Curator of the Powerhouse Museum. The Gemmological Digital Analyser™ (GDA), Sydney Winner of Innovations and Inventions, was on display and expected to be viewed by half a million people during the year.
The exhibit incorporates an interactive display, including a working turntable alongside five premium opals. The five majestic gems are the Cerulean Rose, Astral Flame, Coral Lotus, Pacific Blaze and the Arctic Fire.
Alongside the exhibit, the Powerhouse Museum has produced an 8-page special report in the Sydney Morning Herald, detailing the GDA™ as well as other innovative technologies on display. Anyone interested in the GDA™ is urged to visit the Powerhouse Museum to view firsthand the technology and its exciting potential. To find out more about the GDA, please visit www.gdacertified.com.au © 2009 Opal Producers Australia Limited