MRISAR's Philanthropic Center Project is currently located in the sparsely populated South-west corner of North Dakota. MRISAR is seeking to create a more expansive version in a more populated area. More information about this is below the slideshow. The images are from philanthropic activities at events at MRISAR's Center.
Philanthropic Center Projects Gallery
MRISAR is Seeking to Create Two World-Class Educational Facilities that will provide Amazing Educational Adventures for all Ages, in a populated region!
(1) Children’s Museum – Featuring exhibits and exhibitions relating to STEM, many other educational fields of study, and to job related skills presented in a fun, but highly educational interactive format. Also visit a robot zoo and interact with the robotic animals. This center will feature many exhibits for younger children and special creative workshop activities.
(2) Robo Ranch Creative Enrichment Center (Robotics Themed Educational Ranch & Nature Park) -- Educational enrichment institute complex featuring more advanced STEM related exhibits and other educational elements across a wide diversity of subjects and creative applications. It will have Educational theme oriented science, robots, interactive technology exhibits & systems, and activities located in a peaceful natural environment with gardens. It will also have hands-on education, workshop tours, demonstrations, camps, retreats, nature, art & philosophy center, R&D center, fabrication and testing facility, learning center, invention development labs and center offering special tours, special classes, presentations and a robotic restaurant where robots serve the meals. Visitors can interact with larger robotic animals. Although all ages will find aspects that are fun and educational, it is keyed to older children and adults for more advanced levels of learning.
As part of this, visitors can tour the actual workshops and labs where our exhibits and other inventions are designed and created. No other place on earth has these accessible features to such a facility. Visitors can try exhibits and newly developed innovations, experience participation in special workshops, see live demonstrations of technologies being developed and tested.
Learn how materials are fabricated, tour nature gardens, interact with robots, interact with artisans and innovators at work and also view the filming processes for television productions based on the projects.
The project goals are; educational enrichment and humanitarian applications through creativity; to inspire others and to convey elements of positive thinking and philosophy blended with the very finest in elements of scientific accuracy.
The project will be low impact on the environment with low noise. Tours, presentations, hands on activities and exhibit use, lectures and classes will be held and conform to the very highest standards of quality, recycling, renewable sourcing, low VOC, RoHS initiatives and more.
We are a world renowned and awarded science, art, robotics, R&D, exhibitions and technologies venture with a humanitarian and educational basis. Awarded by NASA/Emhart, THEA, Discover and published by leading Universities such as Cambridge, Stanford and Hosei University, as well as the United Nations and International Federation Of Robotics. We have also been contracted to invent for NASA and many NASA funded projects.
Key contact person regarding this is John Siegel, President. You can contact him though the form at the bottom of this page for more information.
In 1997 MRISAR's owners John Adrian Siegel and Victoria Lee Croasdell-Siegel founded a Non-profit Organization in order to help perpetuate philanthropic projects and programs. When they wrote the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws they stated that no board member could receive payment, salary or compensation for board duties. This allows all donations to be applied directly to philanthropic projects and programs. Together with their daughters Autumn and Aurora Siegel, who were raised in the middle of philanthropic activities; aspects of their work has helped to educate and inspire millions of people world-wide. The non-profit is called Education For Prosperity Inc. and its administration offices are located at the MRISAR Complex in North Dakota.
MRISAR's R&D Team consists of four family members who have designed and created the prototypes of every robotic, science, tech art and regular art exhibit that MRISAR sells and rents. The members are MRISAR's Founder John Adrian Siegel, his wife Victoria Lee Croasdell, plus their two youngest daughters Autumn Marie Siegel and Aurora Anne Siegel, (who started helping with R&D when they were preschoolers). MRISAR’s goal in creating so many products is to fund their own Philanthropic R&D projects and programs. Although each member is a core Artist/Engineer/Inventor, they have their own interests that they merge with MRISAR, resulting in a diversity of creativity! This team has even invented robotic systems for NASA.
All exhibit sales and rentals help fund our philanthropic projects and research & development!
Our goals are to help educate, inspire and solve real world issues across a wide range of subjects by inventing and presenting responsible, low cost and easy to implement, beneficial humanitarian and environmental based technologies and methods that assist with social, ecological, medical, technological, sustainable and economic solutions!
In order to help fund our philanthropic R&D work we began designing, fabricating and selling our own hand made robotic, scientific and artistic creations to museums worldwide. Our product line is a result of the incorporation of some of our own R&D technologies.
Our creations incorporate interactive technologies and designs for people with disabilities and other special needs. Every device is invented designed and made “In House” which is one example of how our family unit has amassed a multitude of skills.
With extreme dedication and hard work we have created 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. We also provide our own Educational materials for K thru 12/College & University curriculum.
We work to inspire this and upcoming generations to establish careers in responsible technologies that improve the quality of life and promote global responsibility. Adding ideals to education will help humanity to make kinder decisions. We must create the opportunity for the people that will create the future to develop their inner guidance and potentials.
We wish to help instill the elements of compassion, hope and ideals into the creative and technical fields, to help motivate people to help others with their specific talents and also with simple acts of kindness. We are taking responsibility and doing our part towards ensuring a future for coming generations.
We provide enriching, entertaining and engaging hands-on interactive exhibits, classes, demonstrations and other events. We seek to provide guidance and collaboration with others to help solve real world issues. To expand the reach from our rural low budget incubator we do presentations in schools, senior facilities, colleges, etc.
Our production and placement of exhibits across the planet in museums & centers reaches millions each year and paves the way for our centers to be located in areas with better public access. We wish to encourage others to explore their own beneficial potentials, ideals and abilities and to develop solutions to global problems.
Our Institute project is non-denominational and educational. A person does not need to be religious in any way, but people who are, will find elements in our project which are in some respects reminiscent of a monastery, in that they promote peace and compassion for all.
Terms: 7-year warranty against defects in our workmanship; Free Life-time phone/internet technical support; Life-time parts supply sourcing for our exhibits at reasonable prices. Contact us for price information.
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