The Living Computer Museum Reopens with a 3D and VR Exhibition
At Paul Allen’s Living Computers Museum and Labs in Seattle, WA,USA they say the best way to experience a computer is to use it! The Living Computers Museum has been around for four years, but until now it only featured vintage technology. Now the entire first floor is dedicated to modern technology, featuring everything from robots to a display of stereoscopic 3D virtual reality headsets.
The Grand Opening is today, November 18, 2016.
Discover The Living Computer Museum
VR History on Display
“We start with VR back in 1939 with the first View-Master,” Carlson said. “That’s where the obsession with stereoscopic 3D vision starts and then it builds from there. So we have an amazing collection, about 25 head mounted displays. Primarily they’re from the 1980s and 1990s and going all the way up to HoloLens and things that are out today.”
Admission to the museum is free for members or $12 for a general ticket. Children under 5 have free admission.
Mondays & Tuesdays - Closed
Wednesdays - Sundays 10am - 5pm
First Thursdays 10am - 8pm (FREE 5pm - 8pm)
Visit www.livingcomputers.org for details.