The Probability Curve is part of the Mathematica exhibit at NYSCI. Mathematica displays the range of mathematics and uses a time-tested collection of exhibits to share the excitement that mathematicians find in pursuing their science. Through a combination of hands-on activities and dynamic models, visitors are invited to explore how math has impacted so many facets of our contemporary world, from the devices we carry in our hands to the changes in social sciences, art, music, and architecture.

Visit Mathematica at NYSCI
“Queen of the Sciences”
Mathematics is known for its intrinsic beauty, and mothers a host of sciences and disciplines. Designed for IBM in 1961 by world-renowned designers Charles and Ray Eames, Mathematica is the first interactive exhibition devoted to Math. Free with NYSCI admission.

Mathematica displays the range of mathematics and uses a time-tested collection of exhibits to share the excitement that mathematicians find in pursuing their science. Through a combination of hands-on activities and dynamic models, visitors are invited to explore how math has impacted so many facets of our contemporary world, from the devices we carry in our hands to the changes in social sciences, art, music, and architecture.

Shot and edited by Dante Schulz, produced by Bec Susan Gill.

Host: Jayde Lovell, Science Communicator
Web: www.JaydeLovell.com
Twitter/Instagram: @JaydeLovell

This video was produced by Explainer TV, NYSCI’s science communication youth development program.