The Orlando Science Center is inviting guests to take on the role of a spy to solve the “Quantum Computer crime” in its newest exhibit, “Top Secret: License to Spy“ which opens Saturday.
The visiting exhibition is a demonstration of how scientific thinking can be used to solve problems in many aspects of everyday life with 21 interactive experiences that explore the science and technology of espionage, including:
- Navigating a room full of laser beams without setting off an alarm.
- Finding the hidden microphones in a room that has been bugged by watching the reactions on an oscilloscope while tapping various objects around the room.
- Using a thumbprint scanner to gain access to satellite technology to pinpoint geographic locations with suspicious activity.
- Cracking codes by aligning sections of a transparent combination lock.
- Creating a disguise to go undercover.
- Using voice-changing technology to confuse enemy agents.
The “Top Secret“ experience is ideal for both children and adults with behind-the-scenes glimpses of an undercover world that has been recreated with life-like sets and activities.
“Top Secret: License to Spy“ is on display at the Orlando Science Center until May 3. It is included with general admission and free to science center members.
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