Angry Birds teams up with NASA to teach kids about Math and Physics

For the next 1 ½ years, NASA is adding the very addicting online gameAngry Birds Space Encounter” to their lineup of cosmic wonders in hope to attract the younger generation. The goal of the huge interactive exhibit is to allow kids to experience the creation of their own design of the game and play it at the station. “This could be a great venue for getting some physics and getting some math and getting some science into something that has the connotation as just an empty brain-draining video game that sucks out the creativity from the minds of young people,” Astronaut Donald Petti a chemical engineer told The Associated Press at the grand opening.