Wednesday, September 18, 2013

National Geographic's 'Brain Games' to Film Episode at Crayola Experience

The National Geographic Channel will film footage for its show Brain Games at the Crayola Experience tomorrow, on Thursday, September 19, and those visiting the interactive museum on Easton's Centre Square have a chance to take part in the event.

Brain Games features interactive games and experiments designed to reveal how the human brain works and is hosted by Jason Silva, self-proclaimed "wonder junkie", along with "gentleman thief" Apollo Robbins. Past episodes have explored the ability to pay attention, perceptions of time, optical illusions, and more.

While the subject of the episode being filmed on Thursday hasn't been announced, color and color perception is a likely topic, given the nature of the venue.

Those hoping to be part of the filming should arrive when the museum opens at 9:30 a.m. for the best chance of being chosen. All children chosen for casting will need an adult present.

For more information about the Crayola Experience, including hours and admission prices, visit

For more information about "Brain Games" and to check out a number of online interactive challenges related to past episodes, visit the show's website by clicking here.
whose series of noncommercial videos—exploring inspiration, science, technology, and imagination—have been seen more than 2 million times online. He has spoken at TEDGlobal and done speeches for IBM, Microsoft, Intel, and Google.

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