ONLY ON 5. The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium has a new exhibit for summer called, “Power Up.” It features 3D printers that make Baby Yoda, Spiderman, Batman, and Olaf. Also, there are battle robots, flight simulators, topography display, and drones that you can fly. The Center says this exhibit is a toned-down version of their normal exhibits, they say they had to pivot at the last minute and make changes because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“So this exhibit not only shows the high-tech tools of today and tomorrow, but it offers an amazing opportunity – a very unique opportunity – for kids to get hands-on,” Said Melinda Grenz, Marketing Director of the South Florida Science Center.
The Exhibit will be installed until the end of September, it will be replaced by cadaver bodies exhibit that will demonstrate the effects of the coronavirus on the human body.