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

Free STEM Resources from the SF Exploratorium

Free STEM Resources from the SF Exploratorium

EdSurge Tech for Schools Summit: Baltimore (EdSurge Guides)

The SF Exploratorium - Pier 15 - Embarcadero

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

A good map is a snapshot of reality, where all the unimportant information has been removed to show a useful perspective. Experience maps like the ones we created, show how the many moments and touchpoints of the Exploratorium might be brought together to create a good or bad, impressive or ineffective visitor experience.

The future Exploratorium, online and off, offers new opportunities for visitor engagement. Customer Experience Map by Adapative Path.

When it comes to exploration and interactive exhibits, there’s really no other place in the Bay Area quite like the Exploratorium. With its new Pier 15 address, the 330,000 square-foot indoor/outdoor museum encourages visitors of all ages to poke around…

Insider’s Guide to the Newly Opened Exploratorium at Pier 15

When it comes to exploration and interactive exhibits, there’s really no other place in the Bay Area quite like the Exploratorium. With its new Pier 15 address, the square-foot indoor/outdoor museum encourages visitors of all ages to poke around…

Exploratorium | The Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception

Join us for Pi Day, the mathematical holiday founded at the Exploratorium and celebrated by number lovers around the world.

Bubble Formula: Here at the Exploratorium, we've found the bubble formula below to work fairly well in our exhibits.    2/3 cup Dawn dishwashing soap  1 gallon water  2 to 3 tablespoons of glycerine

1 cup Ultra Ivory Blue 12 cups water Tablespoon glycerine or cup Dawn dishwashing soap 1 gallon water 2 to 3 tablespoons of glycerine (available at the pharmacy or chemical supply house

Screen at SF Exploratorium

Screen at SF Exploratorium

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