Using real fish from a giant saltwater aquarium as inspiration, kids can sketch their own ocean creatures and instantly watch their creativity come to life in a virtual underwater world.
St. Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) December 09, 2015
Wonder Works is open and ready for play. This brand new exhibit at The Magic House, in St. Louis, Missouri, will take curious minds and busy bodies on a fun, learning adventure filled with hands-on, feet-on activities. Young children will explore a number of concepts such as the physics of simple machines, the power of air and the intricacies of the natural world when viewed through a microscope. This exhibit is filled with various activities that are sure to get kids’ gross motor skills running.
KnowledgeLake, founder Ron Cameron and his wife Carmen were key players in bringing one of the most popular areas of Wonder Works—the Sketch Aquarium—to life. Using real fish from a giant saltwater aquarium as inspiration, kids can sketch their own ocean creatures and instantly watch their creativity come to life in a virtual underwater world. The scanning technology utilized to make these completed masterpieces shares some of the same document scanning and imaging technology that KnowledgeLake utilizes for their own clients.
Along with KnowledgeLake, the Wonder Works exhibit is made possible with the major support of the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Bill Canfield, Harry Edison Foundation, the Eric P. & Evelyn E. Newman Foundation, Crawford Taylor Foundation, Ron and Carmen Cameron, Beth & Larry Lenke/LGL Spine, Monsanto Fund, Bunge North America, Employees Community Fund of Boeing St. Louis, Graybar, Susan Goldberg, Chip Walker and Ameren Corporation. Renovation of the facility was partially underwritten by the Missouri Department of Economic Development, Neighborhood Assistance Program.
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About The Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum
The Magic House is a not-for-profit participatory museum that provides hands-on learning experiences for children and families that encourage experimentation, creativity and the development of problem-solving skills within a place of beauty, wonder, joy and magic. For more information, hours and pricing, please call (314) 822-8900 or visit The Magic House online at http://www.magichouse.org.