From primitive times to the present, human beings have communicated as a result of their sociability. They learned hunting, making fire, crafting tools, and farming together with other people, and this collective effort taught them to speak, with speech teaching them how to think. In the recent past, the demand for fast communication led to the creation of telecommunication systems, and the discovery of the telegraph allowed humankind to overcome the "greatest enemy" of access to information-distance, opening the doors to real-time knowledge acquisition. Technological devices produced by humanity's millennia of knowledge have continually reshaped the future, thanks to rapidly advancing technology.
This exhibition takes visitors on an enjoyable journey through communication technologies and devices, starting from the past, and helps them grasp the importance of interpersonal and inter-object communication, preparing them for exploring the world that awaits them in the near future.
Suitable for ages 10 and above.