For ages 9 and up (under 16 must be accompanied by an adult). Part II will take place Saturday, March 2, at Ithaca Generators Makerspace, 116 W. Green St.
Chris Stieha and Claire Fox from Ithaca Generator Makerspace will explore the science behind Cosmos. The history and theory of Conway’s mathematical Game of Life will be explored, including applications of cellular automata in other scientific fields like biology and physics. Learn how an LED and electronics system can be designed and programmed to display computational simulations of cellular automata and physical forces.
FEES: $35 for Johnson Museum Members/$45 nonmembers, plus a $16 material fee. Need-based scholarships are available for students through Grade 12—please call Sara Ferguson at 607 254-4616 for information. Registration and payment are required by Tuesday, February 19. Call 607 255-6464.