Wallace Gromit

5th February 2010 at 00:00

Two favourite cartoon characters are coming to Glasgow for Easter, when the Science Centre hosts Wallace amp; Gromit present . A World of Cracking Ideas. The family exhibition will show how innovation contributes to everyday life, and how people can protect their ideas using intellectual property such as trade marks and patents. Visitors can interact with exhibits as they tour 62 Wallaby Street, home of Wallace amp; Gromit, discovering some of the duo's crazy inventions like the Tellyscope II, the Shopper 13 and the Blend-o-Matic. They can design wallpaper, develop a logo for a smoothie recipe, create their music and try their voice in the Karaoke Disco Shower. Each room will feature a different aspect of the thinking process behind ideas. It runs from April 2-November 30.

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