"PlayStation and Science" Exhibition - The fusion of computer technology and entertainment -
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"PlayStation," which has a dominant share in the world as a household entertainment platform, has further developed the TV game into "computer entertainment." It has now become one of the major forms of entertainment and is on par with movies and music that are enjoyed by people all over the world.
Through "PlayStation," created in December 1994, and the current "PlayStation2," this exhibition exhibits the relationship of cutting-edge computer technology and science and technology, which is its base, to a wide range of ages in an understandable way. Visitors can come into contact with the world of computer entertainment through the mechanism behind how computer games are projected on a TV screen and the role of the semiconductor chip that actualizes it through the ideas of its developers.
- April 29 (Thu.) - May 31 (Mon.), 2004
- 1F Event Zone, National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
- Admission Fee Only (Adults: 500 yen, 18 years old and under: 200 yen)
* Free for ages 18 and under only on Saturdays
- Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
- Supported by
- National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
- Planned in cooperation with
- GAKKEN HOLDINGS CO., LTD./Clap Hanz/Polyphony Digital Inc.
- Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. Information Center
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