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iCandy: Tech for the Hands, Eyes, and Body

Touch and see what isn’t really there

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These children are enjoying one of the exhibits at the Hangzhou Low Carbon Science and Technology Museum, in China. The museum, which opened on 18 July, features seven exhibition areas, including a driving simulator that reports the total carbon emissions at the end of a virtual road race and a theater where visitors perch on seats that look like electric motorbikes to watch videos about low-carbon living.

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