(WJBK) - The relationship between math and the everyday world can be complicated. A new exhibit at the Henry Ford Museum is hoping to inspire visitors through the "playfulness" of math.
Mathematica is the newest permanent exhibit at Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation.
. Conceptualized, designed and realized by visionary designers Charles and Ray Eames in 1961, the exhibition conveys the world of numbers and mathematics through interactivity to make the subject more digestible for everyone. Mathematica uses kinetic installations, models, timelines, quotations, imagery, and physical interaction to explain mathematical principles, phenomena, ideas and applications.
FOX 2's Roop Raj takes us to the museum for a look at the new exhibit. You can see in the video player above.