Traveling Interactive Robotics Exhibitions

 

 

Our traveling exhibitions are simple to install! No compressor required, just standard 120 VAC grounded Outlets.

 No need for dollies! Units have built in locking castors for easy placement!

Rentals are Subject to Availability & Technical Approval. Please Book Well In Advance.

 




 

 

“Space, Planetary, Movie, Industrial & Service Robotics”; Interactive Exhibition (5,000 to 6,000 sq ft.)

 

 

 

Robotics Interactive Exhibition (2,200 sq ft.)

 

 

 

 

Robot Fair; Interactive Exhibition (1,600 sq ft.)

 

 

 

 

Robot Adventure; Interactive Exhibition (1,400 sq ft.)

 

 

 

Additional Images of the Traveling Robotics Exhibitions

 

 





We designed and built the two 3-Finger Robot Arms (which appeared in several scenes with the scientist of the future), for the 2007 sci-fi family movie "The Last Mimzy", a Newline Cinema, Avery Pix, and Hanna Rachael Production, film; And Designed and built two 3-Finger Robot Arms, controls and power supplied for the traveling show "Robots; the Interactive Exhibition", that is based on the movie "Robots" by 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studio, which was funded by Ford Motor Company and has been touring for four years under very demanding conditions with very dependable results. We collaborated with Becker Group and Chicago Scenic Studios to provide two of the robotic activities for the exhibition. The exhibition received the 2007 THEA Award for Outstanding Museum Touring Exhibitions. The press has commented that our part of the exhibition is by far the most popular exhibit presented.

 





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