Arduino at the American Museum of Natural History

tigoeJune 27th, 2011

Earlier this spring, ITP student Lily Szajnberg interned in the interactive exhibits department at the American Museum of Natural History.  While there, they built prototypes for an exhibit on dinosaur metabolism. Lily’s blog posts give some insight into the prototyping process, and shows that what goes on in the museum sometimes isn’t that different than what goes on in the classroom or garage shop.

AMNH Prototyping -- Looks like Arduino Hacking

AMNH Prototyping -- Looks like Arduino Hacking

We’re only sad that an Arduino didn’t make it into any of the dinosaur models themselves!

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