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Mathematik – Spaß hoch drei

In the organizer's words:

Game + exhibit + application = fun to the power of three! That is the formula for the mathematics exhibition. The basic element is the cube, which accompanies the tour through the areas of introduction, dimension, perspective and symmetry. There are "floating" cubes with information, polygonal media stations and cube-shaped hands-on tables. This places the interactive concept in a geometric frame of reference and expands it with historical exhibits and application examples. The many games make it easier to understand the mathematical way of thinking. Richly illustrated context building blocks show how this way of thinking is put into practice in architecture, for example. Numerous mathematical instruments, such as a wooden pantograph from 1782, a gold-plated universal compass from 1586, drawing instruments made of silver and ivory or an ellipse draughtsman from South Korea that looks like the museum owl, act as a bridge between the two.

Live every day. New every day. For individual visitors and small groups of up to five people, guided tours, demonstrations, science shows and hands-on programs in various exhibitions take place daily, free of charge and without registration. The current daily program is published every day at around 9:20 a.m. on the website and in the Deutsches Museum app.

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Deutsches Museum Museumsinsel 1 80538 München

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