On April 11, come experience a sneak preview of an activity created by the Museum of Mathematics (MoMath), which will be opening at the end of 2012. MoMath staff will bring an experimental set of construction nodes and struts for LSC visitors to build large-scale structures. These are prototype laser-cut wood parts which can be assembled to make giant pyramids, towering columns, and arches large enough to walk through. You’ll have fun building beautiful frameworks as you explore the surprisingly practical three-dimensional geometry of octahedra and tetrahedra.

11:30 am and 1:30 pm

Free with paid admission