DENVER (CBS4) – A new exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science explores new breakthroughs in the robotics world.
It’s called Robot Revolution, and the Google-sponsored exhibit is intended to show how those breakthroughs are further helping human life.
“The exhibit is full of robots that you can have fun with in your everyday life, but also that can help people. We have therapy robots, robots for fun and robots for life,” said Samantha Richards, an educator with DMNS, on the CBS4 Morning News.
Richards brought an app-controlled remote with her to CBS4’s studio from the exhibit that did tricks during the interview.
“This exhibit is great for everyone. It’s good for people who are interested in engineering and science, but also people who just want to see what’s out there in the world, learn a little bit and have fun. There’s over 40 interactive robots in the exhibit. You can play with robots, you can build your own robot,” Richards said.
The exhibit is open now and will be in Denver through Aug. 7. Guests interested in seeing the Robot Revolution exhibit will need to buy an additional ticket as well as the price of admission to the museum.