"Largest national" robotics exhibition plans to open in Pittsburgh museum

April 18, 2008

Heads-up Pittsburgh residents and robot enthusiasts about the universe: a new exhibition is for the next Steel City next year, and it has high, high hopes. The $ 3.4 million display, it is envisaged that as a “permanent”, is located in the Carnegie Science Center, and go through the not-at-all-enigmatic title “roboworld.” The installation is expected to house a variety of mechanical devices, and given the fact that it is billed as the “largest and most comprehensive nationwide on robotics,” we would say that there is still a lot to live up to. Naturally, we are quite shocked when they are compared to the now closed Robot Museum in Nagoya, Japan, but we assume that we have for ourselves to see if the doors open affair in the spring of 2009.