Design Zone Exhibit Premieres at OSC

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Design Zone Exhibit Premieres at OSC

Design Zone Exhibit Premieres at OSC – What do mixing dance tracks, creating video games, and building roller coasters have in common? Math! Explore the science behind music, art and action in Orlando Science Center’s latest exhibit, Design Zone. It premieres at noon on Saturday, September 25, following an exclusive preview for Science Center Members. Design Zone is presented locally by the Macauley and Helen Dow Whiting Foundation. This exhibit was produced by the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and made possible by a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant. It highlights the relationship between mathematical thinking and the creative process in art, music, and engineering. Design Zone will be on display at Orlando Science Center until January 9, 2022.

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What:

Behind every half-pipe, there’s a vert. Behind every dance mix, there’s a beat. Behind every thrill ride, there’s velocity. Design is everywhere we look and in everything we do, and math is behind it all. Design Zone is focused around three thematic areas, which draw visitors into real-life scenes of music production, video game development, and extreme sports that directly and experientially relate to mathematical concepts. Displays encourage visitors to get hands-on with patterns, variables, scale, and ratios and experience how these mathematical concepts are used by artists, architects, engineers, musicians, and other innovators. Design Zone features over a dozen hands-on exhibit pieces allowing you to create your experience!

HEAR IT!
Step into Club OSC and learn about the relationship between math and music as you learn about pitch, rhythm, and audio visual representations of sound!

SEE IT!
Enter the Digital Design Lab and see how designers use scale, patterns, grids, and more in everything from video games to architecture!

MOVE IT!
Roll into Action Park and discover how math and physics are behind anything that moves. Design a roller coaster, build your own skate park, or race your bike to the finish line!

In Design Zone, you’ll solve real-world challenges and discover that math isn’t just a subject in school—it’s one of the coolest creative tools we have to design and invent everything in the world of art, music, entertainment, and extreme sports.

Where and When:

September 25, 2021 through January 9, 2022 | Orlando Science Center

More Details:

Face coverings are currently required for all ages 3 and up, regardless of vaccination status. Before visiting, please review our safety guidelines: Orlando Science Center Visitor Information and Reopening Guidelines. While in attendance, all guests are asked to please follow social distancing guidelines and wash or disinfect hands frequently.

IN ADDITION:

Health Care Workers from the Florida Department of Health will be at Orlando Science Center on Saturday, September 25 to administer COVID-19 vaccinations to anyone who is eligible. Vaccines will be available all day on a first come, first serve basis while supplies last to the general public as well as those visiting the Science Center that day. Those who get the vaccine will receive a complimentary ticket for general admission that can be redeemed for a future visit. This event is made possible with funding from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). For more information, visit www.communitiesforimmunity.org.

Cost:

Design Zone is included with admission to Orlando Science Center, which is FREE for members*, $21 for adults, $19 for seniors and students, and $15 for youth (ages 2 – 11). Tickets include access to all four floors of exhibits, movies, and live programming. Get your timed-entry tickets online at www.osc.org/tickets. *To become a member for unlimited access to Orlando Science Center all year long, discounts to camps, and special member-only events, visit www.osc.org/membership or call 407-514-2158.

SCIENCE FOR ALL – General Admission Access Program:

If you have an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) or WIC card with a State-issued photo ID matching the name and state as the card, you qualify for a $3 admission per person for up to six individuals.

More Information:

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