Immersive space attraction to launch at ICC Sydney
M Live announced the Sydney launch of ‘Neighborhood Earth’ – an innovative and COVIDSafe immersive experience that will launch at ICC Sydney from 22sd November 2021.
“Neighborhood Earth” is an award-winning exhibit that combines the latest science with cutting-edge technology to create the ultimate space experience. Developed in collaboration with US Space and Rocket Center and NASA’s George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Neighborhood Earth tells the story of space science and exploration like never before.
Since its world premiere in 2018 at NASA’s Marshall Space Center, this spectacular immersive exhibit has drawn more than one million visitors from around the world. Using 14 screens, 8.1 surround sound, and a giant projection-mapped dome, the exhibit’s centerpiece transports audiences to space within an epic cinematic environment.
Toto Creative CEO Declan McMonagle advises “We developed ‘Neighborhood Earth’ in collaboration with US Space and Rocket Center and NASA, which gave us access to important artifacts from key space exploration missions. of our human history. Combining this with the latest audiovisual technology and the presentation of science in practice, the exhibition sold out in the United States and China.
McMonagle notes that working with M Live has brought the exhibition to Australia to connect with the Australian audience, adding, “It’s very special given that Toto Creative is an Australian production company and Australia has a rich history of alliances with NASA and the United States in space exploration Australia presents a very deserving audience.
Event promoter and founder / CEO of M Live, Emma Triggs adds “We were blown away when we saw ‘Neighborhood Earth’ because we knew the Australian audience would love it. The desire of people to travel to space has never been stronger and “Neighborhood Land” gives us all the opportunity to see and feel what it would be like.
“Once you step into ‘Neighborhood Earth’ you step into another world that is not only beautiful but also inspiring. It will give people an uplifting feeling as it connects to the magnificence around us, just beyond our reach. We are excited to bring another successful Australian premiere event to Sydney for people to safely reconnect with family and friends after what has been another difficult year. “
Taking advantage of the growing interest in space exploration, due both to news about civilian space travel and to exciting new NASA missions to the Moon and Mars, Neighborhood Earth harnesses the public’s desire to travel. in a whole new world. As a multisensory experience, visitors will also have the chance to explore museum-quality models and examples of spacecraft, tools and astronaut suits, as well as many fun and engaging learning activities. .
‘Neighborhood Earth’ will appeal to all ages, making it the perfect event to fill the void left by another year of canceled events, and the perfect return to life after lockdown for everyone in Sydney.
COVID Safety Plan – Neighborhood Earth ”will operate in accordance with New South Wales health guidelines.
For more information, visit www.quarterhoodearth.com.au
Location: ICC Sydney, 14 Darling Drive, Sydney, Hall 7
Opening: From November 22 for a strictly limited season
Opening hours: 9 a.m. – 9 p.m., Monday to Sunday
Rates: Evenings, weekends and school vacations: Adult $ 39 / Family $ 99 / Child $ 25 / Concession, Group, Student $ 29; Wednesday-Friday: Adult $ 29 / Family $ 79 / Child $ 15 / Reduced rate, Group, Student $ 19
Travel: City Hall and Central Stations are a 10 minute walk from ICC Sydney. To plan your trip, visit iccsydney.com.au/visit/getting-here
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