SpectacuLAB Puts The Fun Back Into Science & Innovation

Murata’s SpectacuLAB show that’s coming to the Innoventions Pavilion in Epcot at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida in November will feature demonstrations that bring to life the wonders of science and innovation. The interactive experiments will allow guests to discover how science and Murata technologies come together to create consumer products such as mobile devices, healthcare equipment, and automotive electronics.


The Innoventions Pavilion features exhibits that focus on scientific and technological innovations that are fun for visitors of all ages. The hands-on, interactive exhibits immerse visitors in ideas that inform, entertain, and inspire.

Industry Event

Sensors Expo & Conference

Register now and save with Early Bird Rates – Limited Passes Available!

North America’s can’t-miss event dedicated to sensors, connectivity, and IoT will take place this June 22-24 in San Jose, CA. Attendees can make connections, collaborate with experts & peers, get insight into emerging technology & trends, and find new approaches to evergreen challenges. Use promo code FE100 for $100 off Conference Passes.


Murata's technology and use of advanced scientific principals were combined with Disney Parks Live Entertainment and Science from Scientists, a non-profit that promotes the importance of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to develop this show. By creating interactive, in-classroom experiments presented by real scientists, the organization encourages students to get excited about science through direct experiences.


Interested? More SpectacuLAB info is available from Murata.


Suggested Articles

While a number of semi makers saw their stock prices drop on Friday, the prior three days of market growth helped their outlook.

Purdue University researchers are creating technologies to help compress 3D camera files and automate focus and exposure settings.

A $2.2 trillion economic relief package is anticipated to give the struggling U.S. economy a shot in the arm.