TouchTomorrow is a free and interactive festival celebrating space, science, technology, and robots. Hands-on exhibits and activities are focused on our scientific and technological future. The event will be held on June 14, 2014 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Visit the TouchTomorrow Web Site for more information, and for directions & parking.
TouchTomorrow participants visitors can participate in a number of exciting outdoor and indoor exhibits and activities sponsored by groups such as NASA, WGBH, Ecotarium, Science from Scientists, FIRST Robotics, Worcester Historical Museum, Discovery Museum, iRobot, David Clark Company, and National Grid. Attendees can explore and engage in research projects being conducted by WPI faculty and students AND meet NASA astronauts!
Among other activities, attendees may: investigate the lifecycle of a star; play M&M math games; “Make Stuff” faster and safer; take a photo in a NASA spacesuit ; take a “#selfie” with WARNER (@WPI_WARNER,) WPI’s tall, dark and humanoid robot; make slime; see a model of the Mars Rover “Curiosity”; make a catapult; and much more!