World of the Microchip
Get to know the world of hardware and electronics intimately, understand how computers work and learn about the languages they speak.
Today’s technology is developing steadily. As time passes, the electronic systems become more and more sophisticated, yet they continue to decrease in size and grow more sophisticated.
How are systems perfected? How can you contain so much information on a chip the size of a fingernail?
We invite you to join our friend “Chip” and accompany him on the journey along the technological timeline – from the first computers, today’s technologies, to the tiny and sophisticated chips that do not stop breaking records and technological breakthroughs.
You’ll even change roles with Chip:
Changing numbers with letters – the language of computers and digitization.
The memory game – It’s you against the computer, who will win?
Walking on numbers – talking in the computer language with your legs.
The wonders of Israeli high-tech – get to know the industry in Israel and leading companies in the field.
Predicting the future – ways that Chip can develop, presenting the vision.
The exhibition was established in collaboration with HP, Applied Materials, Intel, Marvel and others…
The most energy-intensive exhibition that will teach you how to generate energy, save it, or utilize it, and understand its impact on life and the environment.
Do you feel like you have got a lot of energy to come and visit the museum? What is this energy? Can you see it? Touch it? Or hear it? You’ve probably answered ‘no’ to everything because it is challenging to define what energy is…
The Energy exhibition will explain everything, and you’ll find out what energy is, what its uses are, and where we meet it in everyday life…
The exhibition explores energy in the following areas:
When energy is dunked into the basket – energy conversion helps you in a basketball game.
Energy and calories – participate in energetic cycling exercises and perhaps burn a few calories too.
A meeting with energy – there are many kinds of energies in our lives and our environment.
The park has the ability to adapt any exhibition to different age groups – grown children and retirees