Exhibits from A-Z
Watch a 3-D animation of a model cell crawling.
Getting a drink of water would be very different if you were the size of a doll.
At first glance, the giant see-through-erector-set-like structure seems to be a realization of one of Leonardo da Vinci's mechanical inventions.
Do you dare drink from a toilet?
A mirror and a lens mounted on top project a live image of the outside view into a darkened room.
Change your perception of color by flooding your eyes with colored light.
Listen to a 27-foot-tall harp that's strummed by the wind.
Swirling sand evokes a desert landscape.
A mechanical object may seem alive if it responds to you.
Make yourself the center of attention—and reflect.
Golden Gate Park's natural and social landscapes invite visitors to connect and explore.
What we see can depend on what we expect to see.
A cylindrical mirror and a circular bench make for visual fun.
A stop-motion animation is made of many pictures, each slightly different from the last.
Quick-changing views create the illusion of motion.