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20 Fascinating Things We Saw At Manhattan’s New Museum Of Mathematics
The National Museum of Mathematics opened up December 15th in Midtown, and we had to check it out.
It’s two stories packed with hi-tech computers and mathematical experiments that make this museum perfect for anyone from elementary school to a Ph. D program.
It’s really rare that you see a museum that gets it right for every age, but I learned a ton of new things at MoMath.
Math professors and Rubik’s Cube solver clubs hang out there. MoMath has everything from World War Two cryptography equipment to Android-powered exhibits every couple of feet.
MoMath just opened up on 26th street between Broadway and Fifth Avenue
While a lot of the presentation is aimed at school-age kids, a lot of the material is pulled directly out of Grad school level mathematics.
1. The centerpiece of the upstairs floor, for example, is the square-wheeled tricycle that actually works