Brain took visitors you inside the head to probe the geography of a giant brain and stand in the midst of the brain’s constant electrical brainstorm as thoughts and sensations are generated.
Visitors walked through a setup of neurons in the human brain and saw comparisons between the human brain and animal brains, learned about brain development and sleep, and saw the reality of brain differences.
Look deeper into the brain to discover its basic workings. The experience-based exhibit
employed innovative special effects, 3-D reproductions, virtual reality, hands-on learning activities and interactive technology to delve into the inner workings of the brain, including its processes, potentials and mysteries. Brain is designed to appeal to audiences of all ages.
Brain ran September 16, 2017 through January 7, 2018.
This exhibit was brought to you by the citizens of Kent County and the voter approved 2016 millage.
Thank you to our sponsors!
David & Carol Van Andel Family Foundation
The Steve & Amy Van Andel Foundation