“Pizza Run: A Slice of Programming”

NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY AND SCIENCE,
ALBUQUERQUE, NM

Objective:

Introduce visitors to the basics of computer programming in a fun, accessible way that also offers insights into the lifestyle of computer programmers.

Services:

Content development, exhibit and graphic design, systems and software development.

Description:

Up to four visitors make decisions about which route to take to pick up pizza for a late-night programming session. The choices they make about which path to take teach the basic concepts of computer programming such as contingencies, dependencies, and constraints. Visitors also learn to “debug” their program after their cars crash. (Winner of the American Association of Museums Silver MUSE Award, Interactive Kiosks)