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The Strong gives children in hospital robotic access to museum

Category: Accessibility

The Strong National Museum of Play has joined a network of cultural institutions partnering with the WeGo Foundation, which provides fully controllable robots that hospitalized children can use to maneuver through spaces and even interact with other visitors via an onscreen camera.

The Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester, has teamed up with the WeGo Foundation to allow children in hospital robotic access to the museum. The partnership will give children in hospital access to The Strong with a child-friendly, fully controllable robot that lets them see, hear, interact and communicate with other guests.

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