The central piece of the Svanhovd Bear Centre in Passvik is a 'sleeping' bear that you can scan to get information about the different parts and functions of its body.
The 1:1 scale animal has RFID tags planted underneath it´s thick fur hair at various key points so that users have to physically 'mine sweep' the bear's body to discover facts and learn more about the animal. The scanning device reads the information from the hidden implanted tag and sends the data to a screen stationed next to the bear for users to read what they have discovered. An innovative and playful solution to a technology that can typically just be used to sign in or register at a screen or station. Below is a video that goes into more details about how RFID senses space and delivers data.
http://vimeo.com/7022707(Photos by Runhild Dammen. 2012)