ICE and Invisible Superheroes
We are really enjoying working with new clients ICE (Institution of Civil Engineers) to help promote their amazing, yearlong exhibition Invisible Superheroes. Aimed at kids it’s a really interesting way to get budding engineers involved with the projects helping people and environments around the world. Read on to find out the latest addition to the space and visit their website here.
Younger visitors can immerse themselves in 3D scenes inside a new interactive virtual reality cube at the Institution of Civil Engineers’ (ICE) free Invisible Superheroes exhibition in London over the summer.
The VR cube gives visitors the opportunity to navigate their way through a series of 3D models. Other interactive stations allow visitors to take their own photos to make a ‘reality-mesh’ from a physical model of a London Underground station, and to populate a 3D scene with virtual people, plants, and weather.
They’re the latest additions to the exhibition which features real-life engineers as cartoon superheroes. Designed to appeal especially to young people, these ‘invisible superheroes’ are on a mission to save the planet from dangers such as climate change, flooding, and the spread of disease.
Films, animations, interviews, quizzes and games help bring the untold stories behind incredible feats of civil engineering to life. Visitors can also put their own engineering skills to the test by building a model bridge or tunnel boring machine.
- The Invisible Superheroes exhibition is free to attend and open Monday to
Friday, 10am to 5pm, throughout the summer at the Infrastructure Learning Hub at One Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AA.