If Worcester looked a little less crowded this past Saturday, it wasn’t your imagination—around 10,000 attendees flocked to campus for TouchTomorrow, WPI’s seventh annual festival of science, technology, and robots.
Lucky number seven, indeed.
From humanoid robots and lab tours at Gateway Park to interactive exhibits and hands-on experiments on the Quad, it was easy for visitors of all ages to find something that sparked their curiosity during the day. Here’s a glimpse at some of the festival’s highlights, as told by those who know it best: the attendees and volunteers.
(Wondering how many balloons, cotton balls, or volunteers it takes to pull off an event like TouchTomorrow? The Daily Herd shared a behind-the-scenes look.)