Created in partnership with the Earth Observatory of Singapore, the fun interactive exhibits and enthralling visual displays will take you on a journey to discover the science and systems behind our planet.
Gaia - Look up in awe at the 5-metre inflatable globe installation featuring detailed NASA imagery of the earth surface by artist Luke Jerram.
Giant Slinky - Send dramatic waves of an earthquake down the giant slinky!
AR Sandbox - Create and shape landscapes with sand and watch the real-time topographic projections come alive.
Earth Visualisation - Check out visualisations of various Earth's datasets on a high-resolution, multi screen display.
Disaster Teamwork - Work together to save the little human blocks from a flood!
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