The aim of the interactive exhibition is to give students, teachers and all citizens the opportunity to study the issue of climate change and the limited availability of the planet’s natural resources in an interactive way through interactive educational activities and educational programs space.
While the visitors walk through the exhibition they take part into interactive games that aim to entice them into issues and problems that concern the creation of a sustainable future. Amongst the activity there the ‘Journey to the Future’, a driving game where the visitor design a vehicle and can invite his/her friends to a future city. Another game is the ‘future drink game’ where the participants try to trace drinking water. There is also a virtual swimming pool where one can dive. The visitors are given digital ‘survival card’ where their decisions are inscribed. For example visitors are called to design their future houses and decide what types of energy they would need to use in order to power them.
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