Since the 3rd december, the Palais de la Découverte host the temporary exhibition « Radioactivity : from
Homer to Oppenheimer » until the 8th of june 2014.
This exhibition has been created by l’ANDRA, the National Radioactive Waste Management Agency.
More information : here.
A major exhibition, the Video Games temporary exhibition, is presented until August 2014.
Presented over 1,000 sq.m, the Video Games temporary exhibition should welcome 230,000 visitors. It is accessible in three languages: French, English and Spanish. It focuses on the following questions: What does playing mean today? What type of commitment does a video game create on the part of individuals? How is a video game designed and created? What kind of inroads are video games making into society?
The exhibition is designed to interest both avid gamers and novices. The latter will be given help so that they can pick up the joystick and discover the cultural richness of this medium. The gaming experience will be the central theme around which the exhibition is developed. In this exhibition, without any specific circuit, visitors are invited to try out thirty or so original museographical features. On one side a range of fun video experiments with fifteen or so games and on the other, three themed sections: the history of video games, production of video games, society and video games.
The main partners of this exhibition are :
With the support of
After a first presentation at la Cité des sciences et de l’industrie, the exhibition « Léonard de Vinci, projets, dessins, machines » will be inaugurated
on the 10th october at the Deutsches Museum of Munich, coproducer of the exhibition.
This exhibition has been designed and produced by Cité des sciences et de l’industrie, un lieu Universcience, in collaboration with Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci di Milano.