Robotics explores how robotics originated from an idea that belonged to science fiction to a reality that plays a key role in our everyday lives. This exhibit enables visitors to explore the fundamentals of robots and what the future has in store for robotics.
VR/AR allows visitors to experience virtual reality and augmented reality. Innovators and researchers have tried to achieve virtual or augmented reality for decades. Finally, innovators have discovered a way to use computer imagery to alter the way we perceive and interact with things.
Artificial Intelligence utilizes the renowned Depp Visualization Toolbox to allow visitors to explore the fundamentals and history of computers and machines.
Big Data features the tools that are used to track, decipher, and analyze our digital footprints. Through this exhibit, visitors will discover the importance of big data, what a digital footprint is, and what the impact of our digital footprint is.
Self-Driving Cars gives visitors the opportunity to explore a self-driving car, and even ride in one in the specially crafted self-driving car simulator. This exhibit explains why self-driving cars are revolutionary, and how they could impact our transportation networks, as well as alter metropolitan areas.
Game Makers Space is a lab that offers the chance for visitors to create their own video game.
IoT Workshop is full of a variety devices and accessories that make it easy for us to access the Internet and utilize our smartphones. A cool feature of this exhibit is that you can charge your cell phone. Photo: Living Computers Museum and Labs
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