2009: Chicago: Museum of Science and Industry 2
Our Museum of Science and Industry adventure continues! This spread shares ephemera and pictures from the day.
Starting on the left hand page you can see the “Toymaker 3000” ticket which my son used to move his Gravitron through the manufacturing process and it was even etched with his name. I used the blue/purple packaging from the Gravitron to serve as a photo frame for one of the pictures. In the bottom left hand corner is a token from the museum that my son purchased out of a vending machine.
If you look carefully at the top of the left hand page and the bottom right hand side you will see two pieces of electronics that are used in the NetWorld exhibit, which helps people understand how the internet works. The RFID in the bottom right hand side is a little hard to see – but now I can track where my scrapbook is!
The right hand page has several pictures from the day as well as a piece of purple rock that I purchased at the museum store. Notice that I used a bubble corner punch to put the patterns in the corners of the pictures. This helps to tie the shape of the token and the Gravitron packaging into the rest of the page.
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