Silicon Workshop Exhibit Opens at The Tech
- Hardwired Chips – Program a toy car by wiring a chip. Connect logic gates via patch cords to start the car|!s engine, turn on its headlights, turn on the radio and more.
- Make a Fishfeeder – Design and build a "smart" fishfeeder that will satiate our fishy cartoon friend. Use logic principles
- Design a Chip – Play the role of a microchip designer and make decisions about cost, functionality and capability at this interactive cartoon kiosk
Silicon Workshop is sponsored by Cadence Design Systems.
Silicon Workshop is among three major 2004 renovations to The Tech's permanent gallery space. Others include March's Genetics: Technology with a Twist and November's upcoming Net Pl@net Internet exhibit. Additional Information
Tickets to The Tech Museum of Innovation's galleries and IMAX are $9, $8 and $7 each for general admission, seniors and children, respectively. Combo tickets (galleries and one IMAX film) are available for $16, $15, $13 for general admission, seniors and children, respectively. The Tech is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm.
About The Tech Museum of Innovation Located in the heart of downtown San Jose, Silicon Valley, Calif., The Tech Museum of Innovation, a non-profit organization, engages people of all ages and backgrounds in exploring and experiencing the technologies affecting their lives and aims to inspire the young to become innovators in the technologies of the future. For more information, visit www.thetech.org or call (408) 294-TECH.