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Space Center Houston Announces 2017 Summer Exhibit
May 19, 2017

If you thought teleportation, holograms, invisibility and mind control were only in the movies — think again. Open May 27-September 4, 2017, Space Center Houston’s summer exhibit Science Fiction, Science Future, presented by Coca-Cola, engages visitors to move objects with their mind, be mimicked by a lifelike robot and see augmented reality in action.


Learn about the concept of teleportation and develop a deeper understanding of how science fiction ideas might become the science reality of tomorrow at Space Center Houston’s summer exhibit Science Fiction, Science Future presented by Coca-Cola May 27-Sept.4. The exhibit engages visitors with exciting hands-on and full-body experiences incorporating robots, invisibility, mind control, holograms and augmented reality. For more information, visit www.spacecenter.org.

“Our summer exhibit takes visitors on an adventure connecting science fiction to actual science principles,” said the center’s President and CEO William T. Harris. “There’s something for everyone whether you’re a science fiction fan, interested in how robots work or in what’s happening now in space exploration.”

Created by the renowned Scitech Discovery Centre in Western Perth, Australia, and produced by Imagine Exhibitions, Science Fiction, Science Future provides visitors with exciting hands-on experiences that challenge the mind and body. Visitors will experiment with creativity and innovation and develop a deeper understanding of how science fiction ideas and concepts might become the science reality of tomorrow.

This exhibition sets the stage for a unique journey of science exploration, curiosity and discovery. From future housing to how humans will live on Mars, the exhibit brings an exciting vision of life to come. Visitors will discover links to science fiction films and pop culture references through an array of hands-on interactives. They will delve into science principles through medical technology, communication and transport.

The exhibit incorporates robots, invisibility, mind control, holograms and augmented reality with hands-on and full-body experiences. Through immersive experiences, visitors will experiment with evolving technologies and develop an understanding of how science benefits society now and in the future.


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