The science corner: bottled robots and a Furby cabinet
For centuries mankind has been trying to learn more about the (human) body. Corpses were cut open and investigated for knowledge. Rarities and abnormalities were collected and bottled for educational purposes yet also to display wealth and status.
With the help of the preservation team of museum Vrolijk in Amsterdam we were able to create, preserve and gather the first collection of bottled, dried and preserved robots in the world.
In the same science corner there's also a Furby cabinet. A freaky professor just left for a cup of coffee, leaving his messy desk for us to view. Furbies dissected, put in jars, used as a voodoo doll. You name it, it's all there...