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Dubai's Museum of the Future Helps Build the Young Heroes of Tomorrow
 
Dubai's Museum of the Future Helps Build the Young Heroes of Tomorrow

Dubai-UAE: 19 June 2022 – From hands-on play, reward-based challenges and interactive activities, the Museum of the Future is combining education and entertainment at its dedicated kids’ floor, encouraging young visitors to engage in beneficial activities at Dubai’s iconic architectural marvel, as well as giving these creative minds the building blocks to become the city’s future heroes. 
 
Designed for children under the age of 10, the Future Heroes level is a fantasy world for children focusing on future skills; aimed at encouraging young minds to make new discoveries about themselves and the world around them.
 
As they step into the dedicated children’s zone, young visitors are greeted by the sign: “Welcome future heroes. The future needs you.' From there, dedicated house managers at Future Heroes will help children choose their own avatars which best represent them, allowing them to take part in different interactive games and missions and be able to collect achievement badges and rewards for tasks completed.
 
While they complete the tasks within, children can even choose a cape to wear, so they can become the heroes the exhibit intends, and are handed wristbands that they use to collect digital badges during their time on the Future Heroes floor.
 
A place of fun and learning
Future Heroes borrows from the best of what video games offer and then applies it to the real world. Each child becomes a player, exploring areas and activities, taking on challenges and collecting rewards. 
 
Within an open world of exploration and play, children are invited to take part in educational and fun activities centred on six future-proof skills: curiosity, creativity, confidence, communication, collaboration, and critical thinking. 
 
A combination of open-ended play and focused challenges which require problem-solving and collaboration, the exhibitions' three main experiences: Imagine, Design and Build present children with opportunities to play and to learn through activities that encourage communication, collaboration and creativity. 
 
These qualities are rewarded with badges that celebrate making positive contributions to the Future Heroes world by helping, solving problems, creating something new or trying something they’ve never done before.
 
The Design Lab is where children can test new technologies of tomorrow; allowing them to write and draw on the walls using light.
 
Inside the Imagine Lab, hundreds of pale blue orbs cover the walls, divided into four sense categories: touch, smell, see and hear and determine the world around them.
 
At the Build Lab, children are tasked to use their imagination to create and collaborate to build something a futuristic object with the chance to win rewards.
 
In each Lab, trainers give them different challenges and missions, which allow them to portray behaviors such as creativity or teamwork. Children are also rewarded for being kind, helpful or thoughtful.
 
There are 12 badges to collect during their stay that can be carried over from visit to visit, while flat screens in the centre of the area interact with the wristband to show children how many badges they have collected.
 
At any given moment, the Future Heroes may be called on to participate in an urgent mission. These missions present challenges that must be overcome in a limited time. Overseen by the Museum’s Future Heroes expert guides, the urgent missions encourage children to work together towards a shared goal.
 
A focus on Fun
 
With fun a key theme at the Future Heroes level, children can head to the Rocket Tower, home to a speedy chute or Balance Balloon, home to high-tech climbing frames that promote physical problem-solving. Both encourage youngsters to unleash their inner energy and get moving in a way that helps them consider their physicality within that space.
 
Future Heroes is more than a place to learn and play, it is a space for our next generations to forge building blocks of their own future and unlock their full potential.
 
Imagine and design the future

 
The Museum of the Future is a factory for ideas and perspectives to understand, design and build the future. 
 
Spanning an area of 30,000 square metres, the seven-storey pillarless structure also represents a novel global intellectual centre. 
 
It is a “living” laboratory designed to foster a spirit of collaborative innovation among the Arab world’s leading scientists to inspire new out-of-the-box solutions to tomorrow’s greatest challenges and spur a new era of scientific discovery in the region and beyond.

 


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Posted on : Monday, June 20, 2022  9:54:00 AM UAE local time (GMT+4)
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