The exhibit features a floral garden with flowers that light up in response to ambient noise, like clapping, and a Twitter bench that generates tweeting noises when you sit on it and “simulates the progress of the tweet through the back channels of the internet.”
Also, if you make it over to the Living Computers museum in Seattle, you’ll find an Internet of Things Workshop in partnership with Xfinity on the mezzanine level of the museum.
“At Living Computers, we offer visitors of all ages a world-class, hands-on experience with computer technology from the birth of computing to the present,” said Aaron Alcorn, curator at Living Computers: Museum + Labs. “This collaboration was born from a common passion we have with the local Comcast team to see technology as a way to inspire, surprise, and delight. We believe that to understand computing technology, you need to experience it firsthand, and this partnership with Xfinity allows us to extend our mission even further by reaching a new audience outside of downtown Seattle.”
The exhibit will be on display at the Xfinity Store until the end