The Buffalo Museum of Science is proud to announce the arrival of digiPlaySpace, running now through April 22, 2018.
Produced by TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival), digiPlaySpace is an interactive playground for kids and grown-ups alike where they can explore new media technologies, learning-centric games and hands-on installations. Guests will engage with 14 different interactive digital activities created by artists around the world. From large-scale interactive installations and fast-paced multi-player videogames, to immersive green-screen adventures and experimenting with robotics, digiPlaySpace offers guests of all ages exciting ways to explore our increasingly interconnected world. The Buffalo Museum of Science is only the third museum in the U.S. to host the exhibit.
Nifty Fish Use your mobile device to design your own custom fish, then, add it to the Museums digital aquarium to join a school of other visitors creations.
Headrush Museum guests go head to head as they squat, twist and move their bodies to navigate a 3D virtual race course.
Six Forty by Four Eighty Tap your inner creative and use a series of illuminated magnetic cubes to produce vibrant pixel art on a giant steel wall.
Keylight You see the use of chroma key in movie special effects, now experience it first hand! Step into the green screen area and put you and your family into a variety of different scenes.
AND MUCH, MUCH, MORE!
digiPlaySpace is included with Museum admission and FREE for BMS members. Not a Museum member? Become one today!