The Future is NOW! Science Fiction, Science Future Exhibit at Orlando Science Center premieres on Saturday, January 29 and and runs through May 9, 2022.
If you thought teleportation, holograms, invisibility and mind control were only in the movies – think again! Let your imagination run wild with the possibilities of the future in our latest exhibition, Science Fiction, Science Future, coming to the Orlando Science Center.
Created by the renowned Scitech in Perth, Australia and produced by Imagine Exhibitions, Science Fiction, Science Future will allow you to move objects with your mind, disappear right before our eyes, interact with a robot that copies your movements and experience augmented reality in action. When you look back at iconic works of science fiction, they often predict the innovations of the future. Tablet computers, GPS, automatic doors and even biometric health data tracking were all just figments of the imagination when they first appeared on Star Trek in the 1960s. Now, these are everyday technologies.
Science Fiction, Science Future gives you the chance to explore the technology that classic science fiction predicted for our future while you imagine what comes next. How long do you think it will take for robots to walk the streets with us? They already build our cars and explore space. You could predict the next great invention!
In Science Fiction, Science Future, you will also be able to draw and describe what you think houses, transportation and our planet will look like in the world of tomorrow. Will we live on Mars, get around using jet-pack rockets, or have a robot cook our meals? It’s up to you to decide. We live in exciting time in a world that is constantly changing due to technological advances. For example, it used to be fantasy to have robots works for us but now they vacuum our homes, act as personal butlers, and even do complex tasks like perform surgeries! Find out more about the science fiction predictions that could become realities in this thought-provoking exhibition.
For more info, timed-entry tickets and health and safety guidelines, please visit www.osc.org.