teamLab Future Park

Jun 24 - Oct 11, 2022

National Science and Technology Museum 4th & 5th Special Exhibition Gallery, Sanmin District, Kaohsiung City

#teamLabFuturepark

Co-Creation
Collaborative Creation

teamLab Future Park is an educational project based on the concept of "collaborative creativity, co-creation". It is an amusement park where you can enjoy the world creativity and freely with others.

PLAY INSTALLATIONS

  • PLAY MOVIE

    Sliding through the Fruit Field

    This is a slide where fruit grows.Various kinds of fruit are growing on the slope. Balls are also bouncing around.You become the sunlight and slide down the slope. When your body collides with the...

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  • PLAY MOVIE

    Light Ball Orchestra

    Rolling a light-ball changes its color and sound. Combined, the light-balls form an orchestra! The overhead light-balls communicate with those on the floor, as one is touched,  the...

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  • PLAY MOVIE

    Hopscotch for Geniuses

    This is a game of hopscotch where you hop on the circles, triangles, and squares in the water.When you land on the same shape several times in a row, a fish, butterfly, or bird is born. If you jump on...

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  • PLAY MOVIE

    Graffiti Nature: Lost, Immersed and Reborn - Red List

    Graffiti Nature is created by you. The more animals and flowers that you draw and color, the more this nature world expands around you. Your drawing is somewhere in Graffiti Nature. Can you find...

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    Story of the Time when Gods were Everywhere

    As the symbols on the screen are touched by children, they evolve into the images that they represent. As more images are created by this tactile function, a story begins to emerge. The objects that...

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  • PLAY MOVIE

    A Table where Little People Live

    In this installation, little people run across the interactive screen of a tabletop around which children sit or stand. Children are encouraged to interact with the little people by placing objects on...

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  • PLAY MOVIE

    Sketch Animals

    Draw an animal on the paper and see it come to life in a huge 3-D artwork. The animals you have drawn will start to communicate with one another. Touch the animals and they will be surprised and...

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  • PLAY MOVIE

    Sketch Animals Papercraft

    Pictures drawn in Sketch Animals can be turned into papercraft.The animals drawn in crayon on paper can be turned into papercraft plans. Assemble the plan to create your own 3-D animal in a papercraft...

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    Animals of Flowers, Symbiotic Lives II

    Seasonal flowers bloom while slowly changing. Animals are born from those flowers. The flowers continue to bloom and die in an eternal cycle, forming the shapes of animals.When people touch the...

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VISIT US

Venue Details

Term
Jun 24 - Oct 11, 2022
Hours
9:00 - 17:00 (Entrance closed at 16:30)
Venue
National Science and Technology Museum, the 4th & 5th Special Exhibition Gallery
Map
Admission Fee
Regular Tickets:
Adult: NTD380
Children(over 3 years old) & Student (Junior High, High School and College): NTD350
Elderly citizens(65 and above) & Handicapped visitors and the necessary companion(with card or manual): NTD190
Event ticket: NTD320
Adult combo ticket: NTD720

Early bird ticket: NTD260
Advance ticket: NTD280
Advance combo ticket: NTD540
Organizers
udnFunLife Co., LTD.
Co-organizers
National Science and Technology Museum
Cooperation
CHING JING LIN EDUCATION FOUNDATION (Education Support)
AQUECARE (Antibacterial Partner)

Admission Fee

TICKETS

ACCESS

BY TRAIN

Take the train to Science and Technology Museum Station. Walk approximately 15 mins to arrive at the museum.

BY KAOHSIUNG METRO

1.Take the KMRT Red Line to Kaohsiung Main Station (R11) and then take the train to Science and Technology Museum Station. Walk approximately 15 mins to arrive at the museum.
2.Take the KMRT Red Line to Houyi Station (R12) and then take Bus Red 28 to the National Science and Technology Museum.

BY BUS

Take Bus 60 to the National Science and Technology Museum.

BY CAR

The museum has paid parking spaces.

Notes

  • *Re-entry is permitted.
    Further information will be announced at https://uevent.udnfunlife.com

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