The latest exhibit at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum is sure to creep some people out.
The Zoom Exhibit allows visitors to examine bugs and wildlife up close through three dimensional printing and cutting edge technology.
Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport Gene Makowsky says this is just one of many great progressive initiatives being undertaken in Saskatchewan.
“There’s things we don’t know that are going on, we have great scientists here in our province and they do important work, and this exhibit shows that.”
The exhibit is open from 9:30 to 5 daily.
Makowsky says it’s a great experience for all to partake in.
“There’s so many people here, and I think the big thing is we have a bunch of young people here that are very interested, they think it’s pretty cool, as I do and I think they’re learning a lot and everybody’s excited about it,” Makowsky says. “It’s wonderful for the RSM to refresh their exhibits once and a while.”
Makowsky later added this is an example of the great innovation being done by the province’s scientists that offer new, engaging and important information.