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Celebrating 30 Years Of Transformers

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The Transformers travelling exhibition makes its last stop in Asia with a science-enriched narrative.

The 30th Anniversary Exhibition of the world famous Transformers series is making its third and final stop in Asia at the Science Centre Singapore (SCS).  Visitors will get to experience a science-enriched narrative showcasing the robots from the time they appeared in classic cartoon shows to becoming increasingly popular movie characters. It will also have the biggest display of the Transformers statues ever held locally.

Visitors will embark on a journey through eight uniquely themed zones, with a mission card that will put them on a quest to unearth the inner workings of the Transformers – such as learning the Transformers language Cybertronian to decode a clue – and coming face-to-face with the seven-metres tall Optimus Prime and Bumblebee.

The experience is augmented with a laser maze challenge, hologram, 3D projection mapping, dynamic exhibits, Transformers movie screenings, hands-on zone and more. Three avid fans from the local Transformers communities are also contributing their collectibles for display during the exhibition.

Through the popular culture exhibition, visitors will experience various science elements like robotic technology, electromagnetism, energy, decoding and the element of transformation – for instance, the various states of matter – in our daily lives. There will also be workshops from foam art to scrap metal art for family-friendly hands-on activities. The public can also look forward to specialised camps and other exciting programmes during the exhibition.

The Transformers 30th Anniversary Exhibition travelling exhibition will be at The Annexe of the Science Centre Singapore from 1 November 2014 to 1 March 2015 and tickets are priced at S$30 for adults and S$22 for children.




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