Cal Day has now become Cal Week (April 18 – 24, 2020) Cal Day, a free public UC Berkeley spring tradition that generally draws upwards […]
by Saemmool Lee The new CITRIS CAVE exhibit now on display at the CITRIS Tech Museum in Sutardja Dai Hall offers a dynamic experience designed […]
by Saemmool Lee A mysterious white box welcomes users with a sign that reads, “Feeling inadequate? Come on over.” If you put your hand into […]
Berkeley City Councilmembers Tour CITRIS and learn about ways CITRIS is advancing information technology in the interest of society. Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin and City […]
In the CITRIS Tech Museum in Sutardja Dai Hall, a new exhibit is designed to encourage “womxn, femmes, and gender-nonconforming community members” to express and share their anger. “The Bank of Hysteria Toll-free Rage Hotline” enables visitors to vent their thoughts at what looks like an automated teller screen, via text-message or phone. Then the installation prints out transcriptions of these messages into an overflowing crate of “rage receipts” below.
The Global Lives Project is now at UC Berkeley! The Global Lives Project presents life experiences from cultures and communities around the world. This presentation […]
Check out the latest exhibit in the CITRIS Tech Museum: The Global Lives Project The Global Lives Project Exhibit is a video library of the […]
The idea is to get kids excited about engineering and science at an extremely low cost.
Winners of the AFRON $10 robot challenge on display at the CITRIS Tech Museum from January 24 – March 1st, 2013
The CITRIS Tech Museum will display a new exhibit that is virtual, 3D and interactive
Secretary Pecresse visited the new CITRIS Tech Museum in Sutardja Dai Hall, where Ph.D. students demonstrated the Mobile Millennium technology for her.