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January 22, 2013

Originally posted on NC Museum of Natural Sciences Education Blog:

This is Walt Gurley, longtime lurker, first time blogger.  I’m an environmental scientist by training but on a continuing techie educational track.  I help run the Visual World Investigate Lab (VisLab), one of the three Investigate Labs of the Nature Research Center (NRC).  If you aren’t familiar with the lab, here are the basics:

The VisLab is located on the 3rd floor of the NRC and is open seven days a week from 10–4, with the exception of Thursdays (open 10–1) and Sundays (open 1–4).  The lab features twelve interactive computer stations where you can investigate science through cutting-edge augmented reality, 3-D exploration of the Solar System, protein folding, and many other rotating interactive programs.  In addition to these stations, we have monitors dedicated to topical scientific information and live HD viewing of microscopic organisms.  The lab also employs robotic technology, and we frequently have robotics demonstrations featuring our Arduino-based autonomous…

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