Technophiles and technophobes alike enjoy this university-run museum, where even the abstract theme of discrete mathematics is made comprehensible. Its stated aim is to show "the interface of art and technology,'' and the core of the exhibit is a 1,200-piece collection of historical mechanical-calculating machines, which became obsolete with the advent of computers. The art comes in the form of a collection of constructivist paintings that resemble enlarged, colorful computer-chip designs.
Lennéstr. 2, Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 53113, Germany