San Diego, CA—The Fleet Science Center is excited to announce the World Premiere of Digital Me, a state-of-the-art bilingual exhibition opening Saturday, October 9.  

Where would our lives be today without Facebook, Skype, Google or Instagram? What would we do without the internet’s speedy processes and access to infinite information? In Digital Me, visitors can get in the center of the action to explore today’s digital world through over a dozen larger-than-life exhibits in technology, art, play and media, presented from a powerful new perspective. 

Guests are invited to meet their “digital personas” by seeing the traces they leave behind and explore how every action is preserved and stored in the history of the internet. In this exhibition, visitors learn how they appear to others online, how information about them is collected—sometimes without even noticing—and how it can affect them in the future. 

Digital Me delves into the realms of geolocation, facial recognition, Artificial Intelligence, computer vision, data privacy and more, while including awesomely fun and wacky Insta-filters. This engaging exhibition is suitable for all ages; young children can experiment with modern technologies and surprising exhibits, and adults will gain a deeper understanding of the implications of our presence on the internet. 

“The world is moving faster than ever and has a lot of people questioning their private security in the use of their smartphones and digital devices,” said EDG Founder-CEO Amy Noble Seitz. “The reality is technology is not going to slow down; it is only going to be more prolific.”  

Digital Me opens to the public on Saturday, October 9, and will be on view at the Fleet Science Center through January 9, 2022. This exhibition is included with regular admission to the Science Center. For more information, visit  

Digital Me was created by Amir Schorr, produced by Madatech: The Israel National Museum of Science, Technology and Space, and is distributed by Exhibits Development Group, USA. This exhibition is presented at the Fleet Science Center in part by the City of San Diego. 

For more information about Digital Me, visit


About Exhibits Development Group (EDG)

EDG is dedicated to the development, production, marketing and distribution of traveling museum exhibitions and cultural projects. EDG also serves as a partner to other exhibition organizers, museums, foundations and collection owners in the U.S. and abroad in the care and stewardship of their exhibitions and collections. EDG’s mission is to initiate and promote international cultural and intellectual exchange by bringing high-quality traveling exhibitions of art, science, and history to broad and diverse audiences. For more information, visit

About Madatech, the Israel National Museum of Science, Technology and Space

Madatech is a leading, innovative educational center, familiarizing the public with science & technology through direct, experiential, enjoyable and interactive means. Madatech brings out curiosity and creativity among young people, motivating them to learn and investigate, and encouraging them to choose professions in science and technology, for the benefit of Israel's community and future society. Madatech also preserves assets of the science & technology culture, belonging to the world in general and to Israel in particular.  For more information, visit

Photo of the Digital Me exhibition showing four stations with text that reads "couples game."