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Exploratorium Cookbook I:
A Construction Manual for Exploratorium Exhibits
By Raymond Bruman and the Staff of the Exploratorium
In this first volume in the "Cookbook" series, there are 82 exhibit recipes: 26 related to light and images; 31 to vision; 12 to sound and hearing; 5 to electricity and magnetism; 4 to color; 2 to mechanics; and 2 to patterns. Each "recipe" is divided into three sections: description, construction, and critique and speculation. In addition, an exhibit design checklist is included, which lists considerations--such as ventilation and longevity--that are important to remember during exhibit construction.


Softcover, 254 pages, black and white, $125.00. The Exploratorium, 1991. ISBN: 0-943451-00-0.

Related Links:
Bernoulli Blowers Around The World:
A story on how curious people around the world have created their own versions of this Exploratorium exhibit.

Exploratorium Cookbook I


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Exploratorium Cookbook I:
A Construction Manual for Exploratorium Exhibits
By Raymond Bruman and the Staff of the Exploratorium
In this first volume in the "Cookbook" series, there are 82 exhibit recipes: 26 related to light and images; 31 to vision; 12 to sound and hearing; 5 to electricity and magnetism; 4 to color; 2 to mechanics; and 2 to patterns. Each "recipe" is divided into three sections: description, construction, and critique and speculation. In addition, an exhibit design checklist is included, which lists considerations--such as ventilation and longevity--that are important to remember during exhibit construction.


Softcover, 254 pages, black and white, $125.00. The Exploratorium, 1991. ISBN: 0-943451-00-0.

Related Links:
Bernoulli Blowers Around The World:
A story on how curious people around the world have created their own versions of this Exploratorium exhibit.