MathAlive! is a multilingual international traveling exhibition showcasing the infinite applications of math. Designed for upper elementary and middle school students, MathAlive! features interactive programs highlighting the math at work in a wide spectrum of industries, careers, and recreational activities. Escorted through the exhibit by the robots of the BotZ Squad, kids can snowboard (in 4D!), design customized skateboards and video games, enjoy a fractal dance party, and plan and engineer sustainable cities. They can also control a virtual Hubble Space Telescope and travel across the surface of Mars in a simulated NASA rover.
At the Style Revolution exhibit, freeze-motion technology provides children with a dynamic souvenir image. Posing alone or in groups inside a ring of cameras, visitors take part in a 360 degree photo shoot, the product of which can be emailed home or to a friend. SuperTall is a virtual skyscraper design activity.
Cyber Security is all about learning data security techniques and technology. Guests are enlisted to defend their data in a unique twist of a tower defense game.
Extreme Weather Alert is a weather forecasting experience that has a fully outfitted weather forecasting truck. Providing a guest with a unique meteorological learning experience as they are prompted to pick a pre-programmed storm system using a large Elo touch screen monitor before they record and email their own weather forecast using the built-in forecasting truck greenscreen and multiple playback monitors.
MathAlive! debuted at the Smithsonian’s International Gallery in Washington, DC, and is currently on an extended tour of museums and science centers worldwide.