Computing is already part of our everyday lives, but you wouldn't believe what's coming next. To see what the future holds, visit the annual BOOM (Bits On Our Minds) exhibition from 4-6 p.m. March 3 in the Duffield Hall atrium, where students will display projects ranging from robotics to digital music to social media.
Visitors will be able to play Cornell-made computer games, operate a flexible robot arm that could be a prototype for Dr. Octopus, view computer-generated art, watch a 3-D printer at work, learn about self-driving cars, planes and submarines, and see how an iPhone can put the library in your pocket.
BOOM projects may come from anywhere in the university. If you have a project to show off, submissions will be accepted through Feb. 24.
For more information visit http://www.cis.cornell.edu/boom/2010sp.