Playing games is important for human cultural and biological evolution. Through play, as a voluntary
activity aimed at having fun, children learn various things by imitating their parents, making tools out of
objects from nature, they learn to add to their games or create new ones, all the while improving their
motor skills, memory and perception. The concept and types of games have changed over time. If we
just remember how our parents used to play and look at how we play today, a drastic difference can be
observed. Although we often associate play with children, it is an indispensable part of adult life as well.
Today, science almost does not exist without play, as scientists very often try to explain serious
phenomena from nature through play, since often this type of principle of understanding leads to the
best results.
In this part of the exhibit, you will find an exciting game with lasers that you need to avoid, while at the
same time solving several math problems. Here you will put your perception, logical reasoning, speed of
mathematical thinking and spatial navigation to the test. Take a deep breath and let the game begin!