Sensor Zone


Apr 19, 2013
10:00 AM


The Works museum in Bloomington will open its new Sensor Zone exhibit on April 19. Bring in your curious kids for some sensor exploration fun!

In Sensor Zone, visitors interact with sensors in fun, whimsical, and kinetic ways. Sensor Zone features a variety of sensors for visitors to find, trick, and control.


  • The Sensor Maze – a full-body sensor experience with lights, sounds, and motor-powered obstacles that challenges you to find the sensors, explore them, and sneak past them if you can
  • Studio Remix – Work together with a friend to control a roomful of music and lights, then remix your experience again and again
  • Sensor Swap – Complete circuits to combine sensor and fun machines
  • And more!





View map The Works
9740 Grand Ave. S.
Bloomington, MN

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