Gizmodo Gallery has only been open for 24 hours, and already we've gotten to hang out with Woz and almost break the Santa Claw. (Don't worry, it's still running.) What's next? Glad you asked! Here's a rundown of today's planned events.
3-D Tour of the Universe with AMNH
Carter Emmart, the Director of Astrovisualization at the American Museum of Natural History, will guide us through the Hayden Planetarium's insane 3D atlas of the universe. We'll be showing the visualization up on the 80" LED in our home theater.
Apple MacBook Air Laptop
The M1 chip delivers 3.5x faster performance than the previous generation all while using way less power. Get up to 18 hours of battery life.
Reader Meetup With Nerf
We know you're all VERY excited that you get your chance to shoot your (least?) favorite Gizmodo writers. The time has come. Nerf has graciously provided us with 40 blasters to hand out to the first 40 people who show up tonight to Giz Gallery. Capacity is strictly limited to 100 people, so get here early!
All day everyday
Oh ChefStack, your pancakes are so delicious. They make me so happy. Thank you for existing. Do you want free pancakes? You can come eat the delicious product of our automatic pancake machine any time this week. Please eat them. Seriously. Our gallery staff is trying to keep up. We're worried they might get diabetes.
Gizmodo Gallery 2011 @ White Box
329 Broome Street. New York, NY, 10002
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