One museum on Staten Island just got a little more interactive.

"Sensory Imaging" made its debut at the Staten Island Children's Museum Saturday morning.

The exhibit features a fabric screen that changes color and shape whenever it is touched.

Adrian Sas is an artist. She designed the exhibit so that children could explore multi-sensory processing.

"Mostly I am just hoping, that all children who get to experience Sensory Imaging will have a good time and not even necessarily be aware that in fact they are sort of doing exercises that is good for them," said Artist Adrian Sas.

The exhibit is now a permanent addition to the museum, located near the front entrance. For hours of operation, visit