“I, for One, Welcome Our New Robot Overlords”

The “Robotics” exhibit at the South Florida Science Museum brings humans right up-close to their future overlords. You can play hide-and-seek with robots, “fool a robot sensor,” and race them in completing complex tasks — all skills that will be necessary in the rebellion against the coming robot dictatorship. There’s a “Kid Zone” where children can build their own robots; they’ll have to do so when humanity is forced to build an army of good robots to fight the genocidal android patrols. Sounding suspiciously pro-android himself, the museum’s CEO says, “If you’ve ever wondered how robot science got such a strong foothold in our daily lives and work, now is your chance to learn all about it. Moreover, this exhibit is a whole lot of fun... And we’re not done with robots yet. The future of our planet will surely be guided by new discoveries in this all-important scientific field.” Yes, it’s all very informative and interactive and “fun.” Until the robots take over and human beings become the exhibit.

Location Info


South Florida Science Center and Aquarium

4801 Dreher Trail N.
West Palm Beach, FL 33405

Category: Museums

Region: West Palm Beach

“Robotics” is a national exhibit from the Carnegie Science Center. It opens Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the South Florida Science Museum (4801 Dreher Trail N., West Palm Beach) and stays through January 16. Admission is $11.95 (adults), $10.45 (seniors 62 and up), and $8.95 (children 3 to 12 . Call 561-832-1988, or visit sfsm.org.
Sept. 27-Jan. 16, 2011

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