A family walks in to the Chicago Design Museum and notices a piece on the history of bicycles.
The little boy wants to log on to QRosity to complete the "bike history tour" activity, but the little girl would rather work on the tour on paper so her grandparents can help her since they don't like using cell phones.
They all sit down and work together and separately to complete the activity. The girl is able to take her maze home and the boy can revisit the bike tour for as long as the exhibit is up.
A group of college kids walk in to the Chicago Design Museum while exploring downtown Chicago.
This piece says if you log on to QRosity and complete the challenge, you get a discount in their museum store. Intrigued and enticed by the idea of saving money, the group joins and finds that the activity relates to strange designs seen in bicycles.
They asked to find the craziest bicycle downtown either in a shop or on the street and to post it. Once you have proof, you can get your discount. The students are excited and go out to explore Chicago to complete their task.