Exhibitions & Visitor Attractions
The FUTURE is WILD worlds are created through artistic skills, imagination and our understanding of both the natural world and how science works. This ability to create is in all of us, but we need to be informed and inspired as to how to put it into practice. The main aim of the exhibition is to encourage people to “think”, how to realize their own artistic skills, be inspired by their own imagination and using the tools of science create something special, something individual and reflecting their own personal selves, all under the auspices of the FUTURE is WILD umbrella.
Using the scientific integrity of the brand combined with the visions and entertainment experience of its creative team, The FUTURE is WILD has developed exhibitions and visitor attractions for each venue. With its mixture of recreated environments, animatronic and virtual exhibits, combined with the latest audiovisual spaces and 3D technology, all the human sensations are stimulated. We bring to life a vision of our future in a truly immersive way.
Theme Park Ride “Les Animaux du Futur” at Futuroscope Parc de Poitiers, France
The major breakthrough for a totally new aspect of the brand was the opening of the world’s first Augmented Reality darkride at FUTUROSCOPE, a science and amusement park in Poitiers, France in April 2008.
Permanent Exhibition at Dinosaur Park Münchehagen, Germany
In April 2012 the Dinosaur Park celebrated its 20th Birthday and started the year of celebration with an all new exhibition of FIW! The Dinosaur Park successfully offers exciting action packed days for school classes, families and visitors of all ages.
Temporary Exhibition at Sydney Aquarium, Australia
After the opening and outstanding success of the very first major visitor attraction at Futuroscope, The FUTURE is WILD continued to develop the IP for an even more extensive use in the area of visitor attractions worldwide.
The company mission for these exhibitions is to:
- show the future in a way that is audience participative, to touch it, feel it, experience it and understand it.
- celebrate the beauty, the wonders and the vulnerability of the Natural World.
- increase the understanding of science and the ways in which it affects our life.
- research, develop and utilize new technology to get the message across.
- inspire a generation to become the guardians of the future.
- encourage creative skills to produce the very best in innovation, design and technology.
- New Enoshima Aquarium, Japan, 2005
- Ansan Cultural Centre, Korea 2006
- Museum BL, Switzerland, 2007/2008
- Ibaraki Nature Museum, Japan, 2008
- Aquarium of the Pacific, USA, 2009
- Twycross Zoo, UK, 2010
- Museum Bünde, Germany 2013