This is an excellent small museum if you like rocks fossils and geology. It is free and there are several student available to answer questions and show you around if needed. The new item that impressed me was the augmented topography sandbox made from an Xbox 360 sensor, projector and computer. It senses the shape of the sand in the sand box, contours and colour fills the display which is then projected onto the surface of the sand. If you change the "hills and valleys" in the sand this then updates with a very slight time lag. Brilliant!
The displays on Ediacara fossils were good and there is a large reproduction of the bedding surface from mistaken point in Newfoundland. Dinosaur exhibition is a bit small but there were some genuine dinosaur eggs from China.
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