In 2013 the Humboldt-Forum started the Humboldt-Lab, a series of experiments to find new ways of presenting culture and art in museums. Together with Daniel Franke, Christopher Warnow, Marc Tiedemann and Focus+Echo we developed an interactive, spatial installation. In his essay “Drôle de Pensée” (funny thought) Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz sketched out the idea of a chamber of wonders as a combination of archive and imaginative space for the communication of art, architecture and science. The installation is made of a wooden construction that houses several wondrous rooms. Through a Kinect the user can interact with the rooms and explore Leibniz’s ideas. The 3D-image follows the users’s head movement and is therefore always perspectively correct.