We knew we did it right when we heard clapping and excited "yeahs" coming from a group of people in front of the kiosks. Two seniors and three children of varying ages had assembled Gondwana, a large prehistoric continent that was made up of Africa, South America, Antarcica, India, Australia — and the teeny tiny Madagascar. This is the way the world was before the continents decided to start drifting around the globe and into their present positions.
Visitors stand in front of any of the five iPads which act as a controllers for the large continents on the big screen. They select the continent they want to match up, they rotate and move it around the others in order to get into correct position.