At MRISAR we merge Technology with Art to create unique interactive exhibits! The Founders of MRISAR have Designed, Fabricated and Marketed the Earth’s Largest Selection of "Internationally Renowned and Awarded" World-Class Robotics Exhibits and Devices; and “Hands On” Scientific, Technological and Interactive Art Exhibits for World-Class; Science Centers, Technology Centers, Art Centers, Children Museums, History Museums, Science Museums, Universities, NASA, Royalty, Foreign and Domestic Governments and Film Industries. We have more than 37 years of providing world class exhibit technologies, educational demonstrations, classes and museum management.
Our innovative, interactive, inexpensive, durable and easy to maintain creations incorporate interactive technologies and designs for people with disabilities and other special needs. We also provide our own Educational Kits and Materials for K thru 12/College and University level curriculum that relates to STEM. We specialize in Cybernetics, Bionics, Mechatronics, Autonomics, Animatronics and Teleoperated Public Use devices. We offer solar powered conversion kits for many of our exhibits!
/ Interactive Exhibition Rentals
/ Interactive Robotic Exhibits
/ Interactive Science Exhibits
/ Interactive Tech Art Exhibits
/ Interactive Medical Exhibits
/ STEM Related Materials
/ Traditional & Digital Art
/ Museum Management
/ Multimedia Production
/ Educational Outreach
/ Educational Materials
/ Philanthropic R&D
Profit from exhibit sales and rentals help to fund our own Philanthropic R&D that has been presented before and/or published and awarded by: the United Nations, NASA-Emhart, Stanford, Cambridge, ICORR, ROMAN, IEEE, Discover Awards, International Federation of Robotics (IFR), etc. Our 1990's circa, original innovative R&D in "Facial Feature Controlled Technology" and "Artificial Sense of Touch Technology" (Adaptive Technology prototypes for the disabled), has helped pioneer those fields! We were the only company in the world to be awarded an entire chapter regarding our work in the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) “World Robotics; Service Robotics, 2011”.
We also design, fabricate and sell Robotic Exhibit Component Kits! Our Robotic Kits have been purchased by NASA, Carnegie Science Center's Roboworld, other World-class museums, foreign governments, etc and for use in many traveling exhibitions like "Popnology", "Robots; the Interactive Exhibition", "Hall of Heroes", "Expedition: Dinosaur", and "Alien Worlds and Androids"! Order just the components and specifications from us and build your own case. We supply complete technical support. Our kits are just as durable and easy to maintain as our complete exhibits. They are often purchased to be included in traveling exhibitions which require outstanding durability to be able to hold up to both public use and the rigors of road travel.
Our International Customers
Our Customers include World-Class Science Centers, Museums, Universities, NASA, Royalty, Foreign & Domestic Governments, the Film Industries for inclusion in media productions, etc. Our Graphic Arts Division provides services for educational, professional, marketing & entertainment. Purchase from our standard selection or have us create a custom exhibit!
MRISAR is a Family Owned & Operated Business that was created in 1993, to achieve philanthropic goals as the main priority. Our goals are to develop beneficial Humanitarian & Environmentally based technologies and programs. Our product line is a result of the incorporation of some of our R&D technologies. Exhibit purchases help to fund our Philanthropic R&D Projects & Programs.
Put Us To The Test
We welcome the opportunity to create custom presentations for your consideration. If you do not see the exhibit you are looking for, please put us to the test by giving us a general description and we will contact you as soon as possible with a design proposal. We look forward to the opportunity of assisting you!
Our exhibits have a long service life expectancy, with many units still functioning smoothly since we began selling our own exhibits to others in 2000. Technically we have been building exhibits for ourselves since 1981. They are so easy to maintain and repair, that it usually takes regular museum staff only 15 to 20 minutes. No other company in this line of work can claim this as a standard. Our decision to sell to other museums on a regular basis in 2000 was based on our desire to help extend our educational services on a global level and to help generate funding for our humanitarian and environmentally based R&D which is awarded by NASA/Emhart, Discover and others, both for the technical quality and for the idealist nature of the work.