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Video of the Day: Racing the MOCA Grand Prix

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Racing WiFi controlled cars around the Museum of Contemporary Art sure sounds like a fun thing to do on a Friday night, which is how the blogger behind Things to do in LA wound up at the museum trying to get a good race going. It seems the bottom line for this event was A for innovation of idea (racing WiFi controlled cars around an art museum does sound like a quirky, cool thing to do) but an F for execution. Apparently there were many technical glitches that kept the races from running smoothly. All in all, though, despite the delayed signals, it was, according to the blogger, a lot of fun. Here's one piece of the race captured on the video (the rest are on his blog).

Any other LAist readers do some racing at MOCA? What other interactive events do you think would be fun to boost museum attendance at MOCA or other area cultural centers?