At a news conference on 4/9, The Carnegie Science Center announced plans to open the largest robotics exhibition in the United States in the Spring of 2009 with a cost of $3.1 million. The new exhibition hall will be called Robo World and will occupy the second floor of the science center.
Supposedly in attendance were Pittsburgh mayor Luke Ravenstahl and Anthony Daniels, the actor who played C-3PO in Star Wars.
The new permanent 6,000 sq ft exhibition hall will feature world famous robots. I hope this means they will have robots from the Robot Hall of Fame, since that is part of Carnegie as well. I guess we have a trip to Pittsburgh in our future.