The center is committed to participate with annual exhibits in the "Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival." These festivals typically draw over 30,000 visitors on campus. These outreach activities are coordinated by Hans-Peter Bischof.

Here you can find records of our past and current events:

  • "Imagine the Universe: Galaxies, Black Holes and other Dangerous Places". Exhibit: wide screen and posters presentations. This exhibit won first Prize from RIT Alumni association) (May 3, 2008).
  • "Black Hole Billiards and Other High Gravity Sports": Exhibit: Interactive wide screen and poster presentations (May 2, 2009).
  • "Can't you see it? It's a Black Hole!". Exhibit: interactive game with black holes, take a picture with a black hole (May 1, 2010). Download our new Games!
  • Space Monsters in 3D. Exhibit: three-dimensional visualizations of black holes, interactive game with black holes (May 7, 2011).
  • How Do You Smash Black Holes in a Supercomputer?  Exhibit: demonstrates how gravity works in the cosmos, by flinging black holes at each other in a video-game like setting. (May 5, 2012).

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Rochester Institute of Technology,
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