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Scenes from the New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York

Oztoc Tutorial

Oztoc is a digital game at NYSCI that introduces engineering principles and logic. To play the game, visitors shift wooden blocks on a multitouch table. The blocks represent batteries, LEDs, resistors and timers, and the players must figure out how to use the blocks to…

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Scenes from the New York Hall of Science in Queens, New York

NYSCI and University of Wisconsin-Madison Collaborate on New Project

Leaning over a multitouch table, middle schoolers examine a digital underwater environment, shifting blocks across the screen and building lures to capture computerized fish. While the game introduces engineering principles and logic through an entertaining vehicle, the surface of the table is only half the…

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Virtual Visit Guide

The following is a Virtual Visit guideline to help ensure that the program is of the highest quality possible. Review these suggestions and share them with your students prior to the day of your scheduled Virtual Visit.   What to do prior to a Virtual…

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Virtual Visits

Visit and interact with NYSCI from your school or learning center using a variety of videoconferencing technologies. The Virtual Visit will connect your class with our NYSCI educators, providing a rich, interactive science learning experience. A Virtual Visit Program consists of exploration of selected NYSCI…

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