MRISAR's “Interactive, Robotics, Technology, Invention, Art & Nature Center”
in New Leipzig, North Dakota.
General description of MRISAR’s “Interactive; Robotics, Technology, Invention, Art & Nature Center”.
A 36,000 sq. ft. complex on 10 acres, in SW North Dakota, is being transformed into a World-Class, Public Accessible: “Interactive, Robotics, Technology, Invention, Art & Nature Center” that incorporates “Responsible Technologies”, “In House” Invention Labs and Production Workshops for R & D projects and world-class educational exhibits. The project goals are to inspire and educate children and the general populace in the areas of robotics, technology, science, inventiveness and art through enriching, entertaining and engaging hands-on interactive exhibits, classes, demonstrations and other events. Additionally we seek to provide guidance and collaboration with others to help solve real world issues.
Our goals in creating such a center are to share our experience with such projects as an example of the potential of the human mind and spirit when it is focused on creativity and care for others to the benefit of the world and its people, through both complicated projects and simple acts of kindness. We wish to encourage others to explore their own beneficial potentials, ideals and abilities and to develop practical solutions to problems of the current day and the future.
Detailed description of MRISAR’s “Interactive; Robotics, Technology, Invention, Art & Nature Center”.
At this time in our transformation, Public Admission is by Appointment Only!
1- Our 7,000 sq. ft. Exhibit Hall will feature: our standard line of interactive robotic, technological, scientific, medical, health and interactive art exhibits that we sell to Centers world-wide; and our exclusive collection of innovative exhibits and devices that we will not sell to anyone else. Our talking Rail Robot Guide will lead visitors through the exhibit hall. Our innovative, lifelike, futuristic, Robotic creations will interact with the visitors. Examples: Play with and feed Artificial Life forms in a Robot Zoo; Challenge robots with your human intelligence; Interact with otherworldly artistic, interactive, robotic sculptures! Responsible Technology exhibits will also be included.
2- Our Art Galleries will display the hundreds of pieces of family friendly, original 2D, 3D and Interactive Art that our team has already created, plus have revolving Family Oriented Visiting Artists Exhibitions.
3- The surrounding 10 acres is slowly being transformed into an Outdoor Interactive Art & Nature Area that will be filled with paths, trees, gardens and interactive, technological art sculptures. The main emphasis is edible, medicinal & organic landscapes that promote sustainability and health. Over 3,000 edible and medicinal trees and shrubs have been planted.
4- We will provide “Special Tours” of behind the scenes areas. Examples are; (a) our Humanitarian Research & Development Think Tank Invention labs. (b) the actual workshops where the centers exhibits are created (similar to visiting the workshops & creations of Jim Henson’s creature shop). (c) behind the scenes view of the production studio for the web series we are creating called the “Mysterious Lab of Robotics” (our robotic version of “Bill Nye the Science Guy” or “Beakman’s World”). (d) a chance to meet MRISAR’s internationally renowned robotics R & D team. A four member family team who since 2000 has designed, fabricated & marketed the earth’s largest selection of world-class robotic exhibits. The 2 youngest members joined the team as preschoolers.
5- “Enrichment Events & Classes”. Examples are; (a) special overnight events called “A Night with the Robots” (available no-where else in the world). Families can make reservations to spend the night on the center floor in sleeping bags or cots and experience special robotic demonstrations in a futuristic atmosphere. In recent years “A Night at the Museum” events have become very popular and highly accepted. (b) special classes on robotics for the general public. (c) Robotics Competitions. We are already providing technical assistance to teachers and academic establishments globally, that are trying to enter robotic competitions, but lack the knowledge to fully instruct and inspire their students. A natural progression for this, once we are open for tourism, would be to offer to hold regional, national and international competitions at our location. (d) International conferences regarding Robotics and Beneficial R & D Conferences. (e) Collaborations, enrichment classes and internships in enhanced technologies with higher academic establishments; combining elements such as Cybernetics, Bionics, Mechatronics, Autonomics, Animatronics & Teleoperation.
6- Admission will be free to the underprivileged. We hope to inspire the upcoming generation to create careers in responsible technologies that improve the quality of life.
7- The proceeds from the Center will help fund our Humanitarian R & D and further our creation of a prototype “Low cost, Low impact, Self-sustaining, Alternative energy powered, Habitat ”. Our purpose is to invent and present responsible, low cost and easy to implement, beneficial humanitarian and environmental based technologies and methods that assist with social, ecological, sustainable and economic solutions. Accomplishing the prototype environment alone requires R & D of new technologies and the improvement of existing technologies.
Areas of MRISAR’s current beneficial R&D are: Rehabilitation Robotics, Medical Electronics, Medical Basics, Dental, Waste Management, Alternative Energy, Energy Conservation, Human Augmentation, Guidance Systems, Emergency, Surveillance & Security Devices & Systems, Aerospace, Digital Electronics, General Robotics, Prototype Self-sustaining Environments, Telepresence , Telemanipulators, Water Purification, Manmade Disaster Cleanup, Agriculture, Scientific Alternative Healing, Innovative Economics, Housing Innovations.
Balancing business with Philanthropic Ideals! Developing & Promoting “Responsible” Technologies!
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