The message wall allows visitors to make pledges by writing into a small screen on the counter. Their pledges are then placed on the big wall for all to see. Center of Science and Industry Columbus, OH
Kids have fun putting out virtual fires at the Clay Center. Having others help you is key to stopping the fire from spreading. The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia Charleston, WV
xPonum for iPad allows players to experiment with math equations.
These two stations allow visitors to create stop-motion animation using backgrounds and pieces in different art styles. The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia Charleston, WV
Put famous songs back together by moving the cards into the correct sequence. The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia Charleston, WV
Visitors at the spy exhibit uses math and logic skills to solve problems. In this multi-user interactive, they help navigate agents lost in the jungle. The DoSeum San Antonio, TX
Explore Korea using this interactive map. Learn about different cities, landmarks, and local customs. Children’s Museum of Hoston Houston, TX
Did you know that the platypus uses electromagnetic sensors in its bill to locate the minute electrical discharges of its prey? American Museum of Natural History New York, NY
VoteStar is an web-based area control game for 2 players. It is themed around the US presidential elections, and the data is updated every 4 years. You can PLAY it in your web browser here.
See how physical activity effects your heart rate. Kids play a familiar dance and rhythm game and then measure their heart rate to see the change. Children’s Museum of Houston Houston, TX