Robot Revolution is now at the Franklin Institute, and you can win a family 4 pack of tickets!

Meet Baxter, PARO®, ROBOTIS-OP, and RHex—just some of the innovative robots that are meeting human needs from the everyday to the EPIC in Robot Revolution, a brand new exhibit supported by Google.org with additional major support from The Boeing Company.

From self-driving cars to surgical assistance, from scientific research to search and rescue missions—robots are here to help ease and improve our lives. Robot Revolution comes to life with a collection of 40 cutting-edge robots curated from some of the most innovative global robotics companies and universities, more than half of which can be interacted with or operated.

The exhibit offers four sections dedicated to robotic smarts, skills, cooperation and locomotion.
Click to see small sample of what visitors can do inside Robot Revolution include:

In Robot Revolution, step into a visionary world where robots are not just a curiosity, but a vital asset. Learn from them, play with them, and discover how their astonishing skills will change our lives for the better.

Click to read all about this amazing exhibit.  Then comment below with what you’re most interested in to be entered to win 4 tickets!  We will have a new drawing each week from Nov. 19 – Jan. 20, 2017!!!

Winner of the Nov. 19 drawing is Ann Grooms!

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6 replies on “Robot Revolution at the Franklin Institute – Comment to Win a 4 Pack of Tickets Today!”

  1. I’d love to see Rhex, the all-terrain crawling robot, developed locally by the University of Pennsylvania. The whole exhibit sounds fantastic and really interesting!

  2. My children love all about robotics. Next summer they are going to camp where they will be building robots.

  3. I’m most interested in learning about how robotics assist humans and enhance our lives (practical application), though I’m also interested in learning about the fun aspects of robotics. My son attended a brief summer enrichment course on robotics, so all aspects of the exhibit intrigue him.

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