In honor of Steve Jobs, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office has opened a special new exhibit at its Alexandria, Virginia museum, featuring interactive elements, a portrait gallery, and even a theater.
The exhibit itself features 30 giant display panels designed to look like iPhones, which display pages from more than 300 patents bearing Jobs’ name, as well as photos of Steve Jobs and a description of the exhibit.
“The display gives insight into the visionary commitment Jobs gave to each of the products and designs he influenced during his time with Apple,” said David Kappos of the USPTO, “the company he co-founded at the age of 21 with his friend and fellow computer enthusiast Steve Wozniak.”
The exhibit is located in the atrium of the Madison building, and is free to the public. The exhibit will run through January 15, 2012.