September 07, 2017

The Future City: An Interactive Digital Park in SM Aura

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  • As a parent what are your dreams for your children? Do you want them to be future doctors, lawyers, engineers or perhaps follow their creativity into art, music, literature or sports? Whatever the future holds help them reshape and reach their passion in life. This weekend get ready for an extraordinary learning experience for all the kids and young at heart as The Future Park together with Nestle Nankid Optipro Four launches The Future City: An Interactive Digital Park.

    Children of different ages are excited to enter The Future City 

     

    From September 9-10, the digital park comes to life as it opens its door to the public. The Future City lets you educate and empower both children and parents through activities that will shape their future.  This one of a kind park uses technologies from all over the globe. It contains six unique and engaging stations that will give guests the chance to participate and experience learning in a creative way.

    The Future Dome shows visuals of the future such as great skyscrapers

    Actor Dominic Ochoa with his son Sandro at the Sketch Village

    The guests will begin their exploration and discovery at the Future Dome, where they can get a glimpse of the technological advancement that will soon define the future of our cities. Be amazed at the towering skyscrapers. solar powered walls and interactive cityscapes above you. After the dome, a Sketch Village awaits; where the patterns of color come to life. Children and parents can choose a certain drawing of who they want to be and have the opportunity to color and decorate it while having watching it come to life on the screen afterward.

    Children and parents can play interactive and digital games such as the Blog the Junk Wall

    For some thrill they have the walls and floors converted into games where children can learn what not to eat and what to eat. You can step on the junk-food visuals on the floor or throw some cushioned balls to the wall. A health checkpoint helps you assess your future health to broaden your knowledge about your genes. The last trip is an interactive wall where you can learn more information about the company and more. Each picture lights up and comes to life when pressed that makes the children excited to learn more.

    Katie trying out the interactive wall of Nestle Research 

    All in all, The Future City is a fitting fusion of interactive material and abstract concepts demonstrated in a visual and engaging way for kids and kids at heart. Future City is open to the public on September 9-10, 2017, 10:00 am to 9:00 pm at the SMX Convention Center, SM Aura, Taguig City.

     

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