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Future Park

Eight futuristic interactive installations, including a glowing ball orchestra and a town sketched by exhibition-goers.
By Libby Curran
September 05, 2017
By Libby Curran
September 05, 2017

This summer, imaginations young and old will run wild, as the interactive Future Park arrives at the Powerhouse Museum. Developed by teamLab, a collective of 'ultratechnologists' whose cutting-edge installations are currently captivating audiences in Beijing, Singapore, Tokyo, San Francisco and more, this immersive exhibition will see visitors build a huge collective artwork, inspired by the future.

Across eight different interactive installations, Future Park is fuelled by human interaction, evolving in real time as visitors engage and leave their own mark on the artworks. Collaboration is nurtured and shared experiences are encouraged — and it's meant for kidults as well as kids.

The Light Ball Orchestra installation invites visitors to manipulate a series of moveable balls to create music and light shows, while Sketch Town is a dynamic world populated by vehicles, buildings and townscapes visitors have drawn themselves. Sketch Town Papercraft will even see your drawings scanned into 3D sketches that can later be printed in 3D.

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