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E3 - E-mmersive Experiential Environments


Temporary Closure Notice


Please note that E3 exhibition is closed until further notice. Thank you in advance for your kind understanding.

Exhibition Dates:

Open from 11 Dec 2015



Level 2, Science Centre


Typical time required:

45 - 60 minutes

E-mmersive Experiential Environments is an immersive environment experience that deals with virtual reality and 3D environments to deliver topics of science that ordinary people would normally not have the ability to access. With the advent of virtual reality headsets and other similar technologies, there is now an opportunity to feature media rich content for learning in immersive 360 degree environments that allow the images to be shown as they naturally are. The exhibition will showcase a range of content from a journey to the outer reaches of the known universe to the deep recesses of the human brain.

Unlike the other exhibitions, E3 is unique in a way that it is open-ended. What is to be taken away from this exhibition is entirely up to the participant; with the help of the guides to give a general direction to allow a deeper understanding of the purpose of E3. E3 was designed in way that it can be comprehended on different levels.

E3 has received an exciting new content refresh; featuring the interior of a space station called the “Starship Polyhedron”. Be immersed in a virtual space station with the cadets as they venture into outer space in search for a second home.


Google Tango : “Space Adventurer”

‘Space Adventurer’ is an exciting new Augmented reality exhibit, where visitors will learn about some of the issues related to living in an environment unlike Earth – this includes physical health, mental health and food. Be sure to stay till the end to earn a certificate of induction as a new cadet of the Starship Polyhedron!




Reality and immersion

Visitors get to zoom in to the Sun and see it in different layers of immersion.

Sensory Perception

Visitors get to change their perception through different permutations of the RFID cubes.



Virtual Physics Station

Visitors get to dock the spaceship using a giant trackball.   


Motion control

Visitors get to virtually interact with liquid in a zero gravity environment.


Exhibition Partners

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