The Periodic Table of Videos is being used as a museum exhibit in Brazil.
Our videos form part of a chemistry installation at the Museum of Life, in Rio de Janeiro.
The museum is part of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation.
People choose an element from an interactive table then watch our video about it.
It works by taking the cube of your chosen element and inserting into a slot next to the TV (see pic below).
The videos have been translated into Portuguese, the main language of Brazil.
The museum created the exhibit in co-operation with us here in Nottingham. We're hoping to show you more about it soon.
Of course if you happen to speak Portuguese, here are full details of how to watch our online videos with captions.
The Museum of Life is not he only museum which displays our videos.
The Catalyst Museum, in Widnes, England, also has a small display using the videos.
And the University of Nottingham's Technology Demonstrator has a cool touch screen version of our website (pic below).