Summer holidays are here and a great time to have a break with the kids on a short holiday break like we did. This was also a chance for the adults to go back to their childhood and share the experience of the renowned cartoon with their kids
What was fun about the experience?
The variety of things to explore like the large villages where you could see inside of the houses with hologram versions of the Smurf characters and learning how new tech works and be playful with the motion capture that sensed your movements and were reflected as a smurf head and body on a computer screen
What was learnt?
The children learnt about sustainable development through the adventure which included reducing inequality and protecting our planet – aspects of the campaign supported by the United Nations that will lead to the well-being and happiness people
What did the kids like most about the experience?
The interactivity of the exhibition including a draw and scanning of their own images then being projected into an animation instantly
Any funny moments when we were there?
As the kids sat with their VR headsets and took in the adventure they were watching through their eyes, they made movements with their arms and legs as if they were really there
What did I say to the kids?
When they placed their VR headsets on…
You can move your head from side to side and you’ll be moving in a different world
Do you recommend as a play date?
Certainly, this is a go-to experience for kids to enjoy whilst on a short break abroad. It wouldn’t take a full day so also adding in other activities around the city would be a good idea.
FUN: 8/10 EDUCATIONAL: 6/10 TICKET PRICING: 7/10
Pic Cred: Sony Pictures