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After the Sony Science Workshop (which I previously posted about here), I got the chance to check out The Mind Museum, Taguig. It was my first time to be there, so I was kind of all over the place, running like the little girl that I am. There were so many things to see and to learn. I’m a bit envious of the kids nowadays, that the Mind Museum is a staple to their Field Trip Itinerary.
Mechanical way of stamping things. Thank God today, we don’t have to endure the hassle.
A touchscreen player playing comfort songs from the 1950s to Present
. Common phrases in different languages
A Kaleidoscope viewer of sorts. So pretty <3
A food chain that lights up, showing the connections of different members of the ecosystem.
Hello Mimo! He’s one smart robot :D
Testing the bag scanner
RAWR! Realistic display of a dinosaur skeleton.
And to give you an idea just how humongous the dinosaur is, here’s a footprint side by side my size five-foot.
Probably my favorite display in the Mind Museum is this sphere with projected surfaces of the planets of the Solar System. I was just so awestruck for the longest time when I saw this, and wish we had these in the museums we visited when I was younger.
Our last stop for taking photos was at the entrance, where the robot Aedi (idea spelled backwards) is to be found.
Say hello to my friend, Aedi
Another photo with Aedi and now, Ms Milette, a fellow blogger and a new friend I made during the workshop
There were so many other displays and attractions that I wasn’t able to check out because I had to leave for another event. I will surely come back to discover all of it :) This summer, you might want to spend a day or two in a learning venue such as The Mind Museum. I’m sure that the little kid inside all of us will love the place, and run wild with excitement all over the place. We never really stop learning, so this is for kids and adults alike. :) –HANA