Newspaper article on's
Robots at the South FL Science Museum

Science Center Home

Sci-Center Locations

Items on Display

Touring Space Exhibit

Our Space Collection

What Their Saying

How You Can Help

Our Supporter's

Reference Library

Science Activities

Science Software

Educational Videos

Fun Science Facts

Weather Central

All About Food

Solar Radiometers

Science Merit Badges

Space Calendar

Space Flight Info


NASA Info & Links

NASA for Kids

NASA Ed. Resources

Astronaut Addresses

HAM Radio Info

Animal Facts

Public Zoo's

Nature Trails

Hiking Trails

Historical Sites

How Stuff Works

Table of Elements

Museums of the USA

Museums of the World

Science Center
Science Center News Items & Press Releases

About Us

Who We Are

E-Mail Us

The following appeared December 14, 2006 in the

Museum plans 'Robotics' show

Thursday, December 14, 2006

   "Robotics," an interactive exhibition from the Carnegie Science Center, will be on view from Saturday through September at the South Florida Science Museum, 4801 Dreher Trail N., West Palm Beach.

   The exhibition will have robotic stations for visitors to operate.

   Some famous faces from the world of robotics — replicas of the B9 from Lost in Space and Robby the Robot from Forbidden Planet — are courtesy of in Boca Raton. The guest robots will be voiced by WPTV Channel 5's Steve Weagle and Dean Tendrich.

   Visitors on opening weekend will have the chance to meet Bob May, the actor who played the original B9 in the Lost in Space series.

   Some challenges facing visitors will include racing a robot to sort keys, playing tic-tac-toe against a robot, performing simple tasks using robotic arms and figuring out how robots help the hearing impaired.

   "Robotics" will be the largest exhibition the museum has featured in nearly a decade, Exhibits Director Peter Feher said.

   Admission is $9 for adults, $7.50 for seniors, and $6 for children.

   Museum hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.

Visit or call 832-1988 for more details.

    For more information about our robots, visit

Click Here  for other News Stories on the Science Centers

Click Here to see what others are saying about us.

High-Tech Productions
is proud to help
bring science & technology to kids of all ages.

Here are links to some Fun Activities & Great Places to Visit

This web site is intended for educational purposes & to
further enhance the learning experience for kids of all ages.

Our purpose is to bring new technologies to the youth of America
and to promote science and space research & education.

There is never an admission fee or cover charge
nor do do we sell any products or services.

The Science Centers are donated by High-Tech Productions,
a privately owned company located in Florida.

Our All-Electric Vehicles, Robots and Space Artifacts are loaned out and
displayed at schools, museums and science symposiums
Free of Charge

Copyright©  High-Tech Productions     All rights reserved.