This is the second form of interpretation which is as close to roving as possible but attempts to bring different elements of places under discussion to one location. As a communication form, interpretive techniques are used to present information to an audience in a way that provokes them to think. Much of the interpretation delivery will be aural here. However, as in the case of a presentation, in the exhibits with props, actual elements of what is being discussed will be presented as props. The exhibits themselves will help the audience understand what is being presented in a much more interactive way. It is also observed that real live exhibits based on context can be brought in. For instance, in the case of trip to somewhere where there are flowers, the flowers themselves could be displayed as plants etc.
Once again, in the media to be used, pictures could be used in the exhibits as they will help reach out to audience better. Different learners would be present in the audience, some might be aural learners and hence an oral speech would help, but some might be visual learners and incorporating pictures would be assistive here.
Models of things that are part of the discussion could be presented. This will enable users to be able to touch the model or interact with it. This is especially helpful in the case of kinesthetic learners. Kinesthetic learners like to learn things by touching it or working a model etc. Therefore, this form of a prop in an exhibit will help connect with them better.