One of the hands on activities in the Earth Gallery is in an area that examines the metamorphic forces shaping the earth. This screen allows the visitor to morph their face. Visitors include thoroughly disreputable scoundrels.
It can start to feel like something out of The Matrix. With Morpheus being a white guy with genetic curse red cheeks.
"I'm trying to free your mind, Neo. But I can only show you the door. You're the one who has to walk through it."
The exhibit continues on.
An artificial cave has been created inside the Earth Gallery, with a booklet of information on cave features at the entrance. It feels quite like you might expect. Though you don't have to squeeze through tight spots to get in here. I'll pick up here tomorrow.
Especially the caves are interesting.ReplyDelete
For me too the caves are interesting !ReplyDelete
Someone is having fun with the screen. Lol! Looking forward to what's inside the cave. Have a happy day!ReplyDelete
I miss the mountains of my homeland ... there are so beautiful caves!ReplyDelete
The Netherlands has no mountains ...
There is a child in all of us.ReplyDelete
Awesome! Such an experience...ReplyDelete
Typical of what I see every morning in my bathroom mirror. :-)ReplyDelete
Looks like you had some fun!ReplyDelete
Hello, that looks like fun. Wishing you a happy day!ReplyDelete
well, that gives u the feel of like one of those circus mirrors, lol! fun. makes u smile. ( ;ReplyDelete
...it's a bit like the old fun house mirrors at the fair.ReplyDelete
The child in me would love the distortions.ReplyDelete
@Iris: the cave was a good addition to this space.ReplyDelete
@Gattina: I've always found caves fascinating.
@Nancy: I can never resist when I come here to play around a bit with that computer.
@Ella: we have plenty of caves here in Canada.
@Janis: I did!
@Eileen: it was.
@Beth: it does indeed.
@Tom: that matches, yes.
@Marie: I certainly do.
That morphing excersise looks like fun. My grandies would love it!ReplyDelete
My goodness! Those morph pictures of you are definitely something out of another universe. Loved it! :-)ReplyDelete
The morphing must be really popular!ReplyDelete
Wonderful idea to morph faces to demonstrate changes in the earth.ReplyDelete
Seems we must discover the door for ourselves, we stubborn metamorphs!🌺ReplyDelete
That's really bizarre, the face morphing but it would be so much fun.ReplyDelete
@Shammickite: I've watched kids have a ball playing around with the controls for that screen.ReplyDelete
@DJan: I certainly wind up looking different.
@RedPat: it is!
@Red: I agree.
@Jeanie: I think so!
Did you feel slightly dizzy after playing with the morphing machine?ReplyDelete
The morphing looks like fun.ReplyDelete
Weird and jolly tooReplyDelete
The face morphing looks such fun and I liked the caves too.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Looks like you had a lot of fun here William, enjoyed sharing it with you 😊ReplyDelete
It looks like an engaging exhibit! I know I'd also enjoy checking it out.ReplyDelete
To the morph and back. That total twist looks like it would hurt even if it is virtual.ReplyDelete
Aaaagh! The matrix! :-DReplyDelete
Wonderful stuff to play with, must be fun.ReplyDelete
Fun 'morphing' and fascinating caves ~ReplyDelete
Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Gostei de ver.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Cool idea with the screen and morphing face. The science is fun!ReplyDelete
@Sharon: not really!ReplyDelete
@Bill: it was.
@Jan: thank you.
@Grace: I enjoyed it.
@Pat: it is fun.
@Kay: physically speaking it would hurt!ReplyDelete
@Sandi: I love that movie.
@Jan: I thought it was.
@Carol: thank you!
@Klara: very much so.