Steve Harrison, Scott Minneman, Maribeth Back, Anne Balsamo, Mark Chow, Rich Gold, Matt Gorbet, Dale Mac Donald, K. Ehrlich, A. Henderson
A Glimpse of XFR Crossing the atrium of the Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, visitors see objects in a darkened gallery space not unlike the rest of the museum. They are big, furniture-sized things. They are inviting and playful. Presumably, they explain some aspect of technology, sitting grouped together. But they really do not have a quickly recognized form or a theatrical surround that says "This is about earthquakes." Or "lunar exploration" or "chip fabrication." Step up to the joystick on the exhibit to the right. A cartoon image of a young boy is projected on the…
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