Texting While Bionic
Before the crowds arrived, this guy in the bio power suit checks his phone.
I'm sure it has uses other than moving orange cones around.
The Army is recruiting young these days.
On display at the NSA booth, one of only three or four original enigma machines, used by the British to help crack German codes during WWII.
Waiting for its call.
Astronaut & Bionic Man
Not sure why they were together but it makes an interesting shot.
The interior of a local television station's "storm chaser" weather vehicle.
Multi-sided projection screen.
Driving the Maze
Very scary character to pose your kids with.
I have no idea what the organizers of this booth had planned for all the syrup but they had plenty of it.
He was very animated in speaking to visitors and a young man nearby volunteered "That's my physics teacher". Reminds me a little of Doc Brown.
The image from the projector changes based on how the sand in the container is moved.
Follow the Marble
I have to admit, I'm drawn to these roller coaster-type constructions as well.
Learning to Program
Using shapes and colors to grasp the concepts of programming.
One of three in a large tank.
Wheel of States
One of many large sculptures hanging in the DC Convention Center.
Constructed of trash pulled from the ocean.
Host of Crash Course and SciSchow on one of the stages at the Festival.
I'm thinking this is a very exclusive club.
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