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Jul 27
Breadboarding 101
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Discover how engineers and inventors prototype all their wacky and wild electronics ideas! In this workshop, we'll learn how breadboards work and how to use them to build simple circuits. 

This workshop is suitable for visitors 10+ years.

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$24 | $12 for Members

*Price includes museum admission, instruction, & supply costs.

Jul 27
Office Hours
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pack up the tools and come on in! Meet up with other hobbyists and the LCM+L team in the Labs at our weekly Office Hours to work on your personal projects. Hardware or software, incomplete or pristine, we welcome projects of all kinds. 

Jul 28
Website Design: Google Sites
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Join us for a crash course in the basics of designing an engaging website using Google Sites. In this digital age, everyone should know how to build and update a website. As one of the best means of spreading your knowledge or interests with a large audience, websites like Google Sites are a great tool for anyone looking to dive into the internet. In this 2-hour workshop, we'll explore the fundamentals of building a webpage and integrating media like music, art, and more. Then, you'll complete in friendly web design projects that increase your reasoning skills, pattern recognition, and HTML know-how. Keep practicing your web design skills to promote you other interests and see if you have what it takes to build an even larger, more complex website.

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$18 | $6 for Members

*Price includes museum admission, instruction, & supply costs.
Jul 29
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Robot lovers and hackers unite for your newest project: the Hack-E-Bot! Part robot build, part computer hack -  use engineering, electronics, and programming to create a simple but insanely fun robot buddy. Start by assembling your robot with zip ties and screws, and then wire up a breadboard to connect the power supply and microcontroller. We'll show you how to use Arduino to program Hack-E-Bot to move anywhere we ask him to go. Then, add sensors to help Hack-E-Bot interact with the real world. From construction to customization, this little robot has sometime for every computer science fan, and with an array of upgrade options like logic chips and wireless controls, this is one project that will keep you tinkering for hours. 

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$66 | $54 for Members

*Price includes museum admission, instruction, and take-home supply costs. 
Aug 3
Movie Night - The Imitation Game
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
In 1939, newly created British intelligence agency MI6 recruits Cambridge mathematics alumnus Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) to crack Nazi codes, including Enigma -- which cryptanalysts had thought unbreakable. Turing's team, including Joan Clarke (Keira Knightley), analyze Enigma messages while he builds a machine to decipher them. Turing and team finally succeed and become heroes, but in 1952, the quiet genius encounters disgrace when authorities reveal he is gay and send him to prison.

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Closed captioning available.

Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes in advance. Reserved seating cannot be guaranteed after 5:45 pm.

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Included with Free Admission (First Thursdays) | Free for Members

Featured News
Supporting Access for All

Living Computers: Museum + Labs proudly supports Access for All and Proposition 1 for the upcoming August Primary Election. Access for All will open doors to arts, science, and heritage experiences for all King County residents, creating new opportunities for economically- and geographically-underserved populations and others who face barriers to accessing diverse cultural experiences. For more information, visit www.accessforallwa.org.

From the Garage to the iMac: 1976-1999

Living Computers: Museum + Labs presents From the Garage to the iMac: 1976-1999, a new exhibition focusing on the first two decades of Apple Computers. Featuring a one-of-a-kind demonstration Apple I that lived on Steve Job’s office shelf until 1985, Living Computers will house the world’s only operable Apple I available for use by the public.

Opening Friday, April 14th.

Barbie Gets with the Program

While it may seem radical to imagine Barbie computing in the ’70s, the computer science field was actually far more gender balanced four decades ago than it is today. Experience the history of gender and computing through the lens of computer playsets from the 1970’s to today. Each is paired with the operable machines that inspired them.

Open April 1, 2017- September 3rd, 2017