Take a spin through the shops filling the Emerald City that cater to the nerds, geeks and technophiles in all of us.
Living Computers Museum + Labs
Living Computers: Museum + Labs provides hands-on experience with computer technology from the 1960s to the present. A new main gallery offers experiences with robotics, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, big data, the Internet of Things, videogame making and digital art.
Fashion fun, coding skills, and exploring how tech in the home continues to evolve will keep kids' brains happily soaking up the knowledge.
Movies and TV like “Ready Player One” and “Stranger Things” are giving nostalgia a fresh look.
Adding a letter to that restrictive STEM acronym — A for Arts — opens new doors to learning.
The neighborhood is fast becoming one full of hidden gems.
Some may be surprised to hear that computer science isn’t required to be taught in schools in our state.