Picking up where we left off yesterday, here we have an MRI machine.
A camera was set up to allow the passerby to see a very different view of themselves- in this case, if you were flayed alive. Only without the horrendous level of pain of that actually happening.
Here we have a large space that was geared more towards younger kids.
Moving on, the theme became wearable technology. It included a display case with items from the Canadian Olympic wrestler Erica Wiebe, who won the gold medal at the 2016 Olympics.
This shirt is a biometric shirt. It is designed to give athletes data they would get from a performance lab without the inconvenience of being hooked up to monitors.
The Newtsuit is a deep sea diving suit, a Canadian innovation.
Amauti is the term for an Inuit parka worn by women, with the oversized hood featuring a pouch for carrying babies in. This one blends traditional design with some contemporary materials.
The traditional cowboy boot is side by side with this WWII era pilot boot liner, which was designed to plug into a plane's electrical system and keep the pilot's feet warm.
Here we have quite a mix of helmets.
And it's not just people who wear technology. These red tinted glasses prevent chickens from seeing blood on each other, reducing the chance of pecking in a flock. Looks stylish too.