The Exploratorium recently opened in San Francisco and featured 3D printing in a series of videos for its online TV channel.

3D Printing at the Exploratorium

Exploratorium: the museum of science, art and human perception. This is supposed to be a super interactive science museum, san fransico

The Exploratorium, San Francisco, Palace of Fine Arts, Northern California

The Exploratorium, San Francisco, Palace of Fine Arts, Northern California. An incredible structure that I have visited several times.

The California Academy of Sciences is expensive but worth a visit for families. Inside is an aquarium, planetarium, rainforest with butterflies and birds, natural history exhibits, and interactive science exhibits. There are also exciting temporary exhibitions such as “Skulls” happening in 2014. Be sure to visit the unusual green roof (entirely covered in plants). The museum is open daily 9:30-5:00 and Sundays 11:00-5:00. Tickets are $25-35 but free for ages 3 and

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The California Academy of Sciences is expensive but worth a visit for families. Inside is an aquarium, planetarium, rainforest with butterflies and birds, natural history exhibits, and interactive sci

The Wave Organ is a wave-activated acoustic sculpture located on a jetty in the San Francisco Bay.

The Wave Organ is a wave-activated acoustic sculpture located on a jetty in the San Francisco Bay. The concept was developed by Peter Richards and was installed in collaboration with sculptor and master stone mason George Gonzales.

California > San Francisco  The Wave Organ  A huge musical instrument played by the ocean

The Wave Organ

The Wave Organ - San Francisco Bay My special picnic spot with an amazing daughter! Check out this interesting place.

Exposition, San Francisco

Palace of Fine Arts built for the 1915 San Francisco Worlds Fair

The SF Exploratorium - Pier 15 - Embarcadero

Your crib sheet to entertaining not-as-cool-as-you visitors

Free STEM Resources from the SF Exploratorium

Free STEM Resources from the SF Exploratorium

EdSurge Tech for Schools Summit: Baltimore (EdSurge Guides)

The new home of the Exploritorium starting 2013

Imagining the Future architectural illustrations of new Exploratorium

We have a Wave Organ that literally turns waves into music. | 17 Things No One Tells You About San Francisco

We have a Wave Organ that literally turns waves into music.

San Francisco: Wave Organ that turns waves into music. It was constructed by the Exploratorium back in and uses a series of pipes that interact with the waves to produce beautiful melodies.

tips on getting learners started with copper circuits on paper - from SF exploratorium

Museum Tinkering with Paper Circuits-Instructions/How Tos

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