Winter break is just around the corner and a visit to the Buffalo Museum of Science is a great way to escape the cold, have fun with your family and learn while you're at it!
The 'DigiPlaySpace' hosted by the Toronto International Film Festival is an interactive, immersive technology-centric experience. There are 14 different exhibits, from magnetic digital cubes, a green screen to stop-motion dance creators.
Each exhibit incorporates technology, accessible to all ages. "It really focuses on STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics), it teaches while also encouraging fun," says David Cinquino, Director of Exhibits at the Buffalo Museum of Science.
Visitors can create a fish on their phone and add it immediately to the digital aquarium, create their own digital pinball machine and even play with a robot!
The DigiPlaySpace is included with museum admission, $11 for adults and $8 for children. The exhibit will be in place until April of 2018.