It needs some purple to balance the overall “feeling” of the diagram. Perhaps two or three purple rectangles, two short-but-wide ones and one tall and skinny one. It would look more “scientific” that way.
It would look even more scientific if the display was built into a big machine, about half the size of the room, with blinking lights, most of them tiny red LEDs in neat, evenly spaced columns. Also, have a fake “technician” sitting at a console, on a tiny desk right next to the big, fake machine. Make sure the “technician” is wearing a white lab coat. Even though lab coats have nothing to do with computers, they convey “scientific” to the audience in a subtle way.
It would look the MOST scientific if you had a robot walking around with a graphical display on his chest, showing that diagram (with purple rectangles added). Of course, the “robot” would be one of your friends in a cardboard+aluminum foil costume. Again, blinking lights, but only a few, medium sized lights of **different colors** in neat, evenly spaced rows (instead of columns, remember, this is a *scientific* robot, or it is supposed to portray one… I mean, if you have any actual, real “android” type robots, by all means, use one of them, but make sure the batteries are charged before you start filming).
The ideal “scientific looking” robot should have wire things sticking out of the sides of he “head” which slowly twirl (without making any twirling sounds). Have the robot come in from the other room, stop, and then just stand there.
Don’t forget those purple rectangles.