Electromechanical birds flock to the latest retweets and verify each other's movements on a “flock”-chain.
If we can look at people and barely notice them change into others, what does that say about how we really see them?
Unlock the secrets of scientific instruments and artefacts at the Museum of the History of the Science.
Change Blindness is a museum installation in which nothing seems to happen but everything changes.
Delicate electromechanical birds made from glass pipettes, wire, magnets, and needles flap and lurch overhead in response to a viewer's movement.
Users control state of the art, research-grade microscopes and multimedia content to explore Microscopic life.
Museum visitors use an eye tracker to trace their rapid eye movements.