Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes exhibition will run from June 9 to September 30 this year, showcasing 3D holograms, interactive displays, and a giant Iron Man statue.
Riding on the phenomenal success of recent blockbusters like Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity Wars, a new Marvel exhibition at Singapore’s ArtScience Museum looks set to delight fans and non-fans alike.
A three-year collaboration between the Singapore Tourism Board and The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia, Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes, which runs from June 9 to September 30, will take visitors through the entire breadth of films from Marvel Studios’ past decade.
Visitors will plunge straight into ten themed sections starting with a chronological timeline of 19 Marvel films released over the decade, before immersing themselves in Iron Man’s world via the Stark Tower and Tony Stark’s workshop. Highlights here include a giant Iron Man statue and projection mapping display of his most iconic suits.
In the next zone, they will meet First Avenger Captain America and his shields via cool 3D holograms. Look out for a model of the S.H.I.E.L.D Helicarrier, an iconic, fictional aircraft from The Avengers and be transported via the Bifrost to the battle scene between Thor and Hulk from Thor: Ragnarok.
The little ones will be entertained in the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 section, where an animated Baby Groot interacts and dances with visitors. Fans of Doctor Strange can experience his ability to conjure spells via interactive displays that let them bend reality or create portals.
As the exhibition trail comes to a close, guests will be able to activate villain Thanos’ infinity gauntlet and learn more about each infinity stone from the Marvel Universe.
Before stepping back into reality, guests can also find out which super hero they’re meant to be by standing in front of an AR (augmented reality) screen. Pro tip: Simply try again at a different spot if you didn’t get your favorite character!
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