PORTLAND, Ore., March 28, 1997 — A 14-foot-tall computer monitor, a coffee cup the size of a hot tub and a talking microprocessor all greet visitors at a unique interactive exhibit that will soon arrive in Portland, Ore. Intel Corporation, a Corporate Partner in the Smithsonian Institution’s 150th anniversary celebration, is mounting this virtual “Honey, I Shrunk The Kids” technology exhibit as part of the world’s largest traveling exhibition, “America’s Smithsonian,” which opens in Portland on April 3.
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