Entrance of the exhibition.
Multiply with a mechanical monkey, learn logic with three goats and discover how to count like a computer...These are just a few of the hands-on activities that families can enjoy at Questacon’s travelling exhibition ‘Mathamazing’ at Guangdong Science Center in Guangzhou.
From now until July. 1, 2018, Guangdong Science Center plays host to a range of fascinating and interactive mathematical experiences as part of the travelling exhibition ‘Mathamazing’, created by Questacon – The National Science and Technology Center in Canberra, Australia.
Targeted primarily at children aged 12 and up but with topics such as conics, topology, number theory, probability and statistics, logic and problem solving of varying complexity, Mathamazing will engage all ages with the wonders of maths.
Mathamazing is a collection of 27 engaging and educational maths experiences featuring calculating conundrums, trippy trigonometry, perplexing puzzles and ginormous geometry for all ages to enjoy.
It explores the mathematical concepts and formula behind every day phenomena in an interactive and fascinating way, helping visitors to enjoy learning about maths.
“Mathamazing explores probability, statistics, logic and problem solving, using everyday objects to inspire curiosity,” said Mr. Lu, the Director of Guangdong Science Center, “We are really excited to host the Mathamazing exhibition and look forward to seeing the community enjoy all of the activities on offer.”
Questacon is excited to bring this exhibition to China. “Collaboration in the science center sector in the Asia-Pacific is extremely important,” said Professor Graham Durant, Director of Questacon.