Making your own hologram, meditating in virtual reality and trying out Sydney's newest video games are all on the agenda at the next MAASive Adults-Only Late Night, happening on select Thursday nights at the Powerhouse.
On top of all that, a bunch of digital experts will be on-hand — from engineers to designers to researchers — ready to answer your high-tech questions, and, if you're interested, take you on a guided tour of the museum's exhibitions, including This Is a Voice and Interface. Plus, MAAS members will be invited to get their hands on a hololens.
While MAAS Late is free (online registration essential), entry to a sneak preview of the museum's newest exhibition Future Park will require a ticket. It's the creation of high-tech Japanese collective teamLab, who've built a futuristic playground, made up of eight interactive light installations. Expect to find yourself wandering through an imaginary jungle, composing a symphony, designing a city, playing a genius's version of hopscotch and inventing animals.
As usual, the bar will be open, with happy hour taking place from 7–8pm. If you can't make the first one on November 23, head along on January 4, 11, 18 or 25.