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    Science Fiction, Science Future

    The future is now! Move objects with your mind! Become invisible! Play games with a robot! Experience augmented reality! Science Fiction, Science Future brings the science of the future into the present, sending visitors on a unique journey filled with science exploration, curiosity and discovery.


Created by the renowned Scitech in Perth, Australia, Science Fiction, Science Future, a visually compelling exhibition, provides opportunities for creativity and innovation on a large scale. Engaging exhibits enable visitors to develop a deeper understanding of how science fiction ideas and concepts might become the science reality of tomorrow.

Science Fiction, Science Future engages visitors with exciting hands-on and full-body experiences incorporating robots, invisibility, mind control, holograms, and augmented reality. High impact graphic panels have been designed to explore science principles in everyday terms.

They convey information on medical technology, communication and transport and include links to science fiction films and pop-culture references.

With interactive, engaging exhibits that challenge the mind and body, and a stunning visual environment, this exhibition sets the stage for a unique journey of science exploration, curiosity and discovery.

Exhibits Include:

  • Hey, That Robot’s Copying Me
  • Mind Control
  • Beam Me Up
  • Invisible Me
  • Augmented Reality Wristbands
  • Eye Control
  • Projection Ball
  • Design a Cyborg
  • Future Past
  • Medibioscan 3000
  • Choose Your Future
  • Draw Your Future
  • A Holographic Future
  • Wormholes Through Space
  • Our Quantum Future


4,300–6,500 sq ft

400–600 sq m

Educational Materials

We provide instructors with essential questions to ask students at each area and a lesson that explores and expands on the ideas presented.

Our research and interpretive text is also the basis for our Educator Guides. Developed during the second half of our 360° process, these guides contain classroom modules for students to use before arrival and after their experience, with accompanying activities for the exhibition visit itself.

To receive a copy of the Educator Guide, please contact info@imagineexhibitions.com.


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To book this exhibition, please contact Debbie Donohue!

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