Copernicus Science Centre
ul. Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 20, Warsaw
The first-ever temporary interactive exhibition to open at the Copernicus Science Centre provides an invitation to travel into the land of sounds.
The exhibits on display have been selected by German music professor Michael Bradke, who seeks to enable those attending to understand the mysteries and the physics behind sound and human hearing.
With the aid of both unusual and simplistic musical instruments, visitors will be able to hear sounds from objects that normally remain silent, such as ice cream sticks or egg slicers, while also being able to find out what their “robotic” voice sounds like using the aid of some sophisticated musical technology.
Entrance to the exhibition is included with the price of a ticket to the museum’s permanent exhibitions. These include the light zone, roots of civilization and the planetarium, among many other interesting attractions.
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