Tuesday September 22, 2020

This week

Intimacy at the Science Galley, David Byrne at the 3 Arena and a cultural walk in Temple Bar

14th October, 2018
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Will technology compromise the future of human connection, or bring us closer together? That’s the question at the centre of the Science Gallery’s latest exhibition, entitled Intimacy. Opening this week, the installation spans technology, neuroscience and behaviour to examine the science and art of connection. Highlights include a series of sculptures created using magnetic field sensors to track the motion of a tongue during a kiss, and a smartwatch that tracks your physical and emotional...

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