Robot Hall of Fame Gets Permanent Home <br>at Carnegie Science Center

Carnegie Science Center has announced that Carnegie Mellon's Robot Hall of Fame will be part of a permanent robotics exhibit, called roboworld, that is scheduled to open in the Science Center next spring. The $3.4 million exhibition will occupy a 6,000-square-foot exhibit area on the second floor and will feature more than 30 hands-on, interactive exhibit stations in three thematic areas focusing on robotic sensing, thinking and acting. The Robotics Institute and the Entertainment Technology Center, in addition to their involvement in the Robot Hall of Fame, have aided in the design and construction of the robotics exhibit.

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