The Museum of the Future .. the UAE makes history in the most beautiful buildings in the world

Dubai, in its development path, is not satisfied with the prospect of the future and dealing with its challenges, but has chosen to make it daily through projects that race against time.

This is in addition to the advanced technologies it uses to serve humanity and enhance the quality of life, as is the case in the Museum of the Future, which presents its visitors with unique innovations and takes them on an inspiring journey that takes them into enable. to imagine the future they aspire to, through an unprecedented interactive experience that enriches the senses. It integrates science and technology in an integrated way, so that the visitor becomes part of the future provision and his perceptions that are open to unlimited possibilities that will contribute to shaping the world from now until the year 2071.

Exceptional experiences that reflect the leadership of the Emirates

With its unique creative design and inspiring exceptional structure, which motivates its visitors and inspires their passion to undertake a deep journey to explore new worlds, the Museum of the Future represents a permanent exhibition covering various aspects of the future of mankind and the key technologies that await people in the coming decades.The Museum also represents a global intellectual center of a kind of New, and includes 5 great experiences that take the visitor into the world of the future.

Orbiting Space Station OSS Hope

The first exhibit, “OSS Hope,” takes visitors on a journey into space to perform living and tasks aboard space stations, before returning to Earth, but 50 years from today, to discover what the world is like in 2071 became with efforts to restore order, natural and sustainable planet.

The station bears the name “Amal” to commemorate the “Probe of Hope” project, which achieved a unique achievement in the history of Arab and international space exploration by reaching the orbit of Mars, which the UAE the first Arab country and the fifth worldwide to achieve this scientific achievement.

While the Hope Probe project reflects many indications on the UAE’s vision, its strategic vision, and its wise leadership’s awareness of the importance of space exploration and investment in line with the rapid global transformations and supports the country’s goals for the next fifty year, the revolving space station “OSS Hope”, hosted by the Museum of the Future, confirms that promising future prospects await scientists, researchers and enthusiasts in the space science sector, bringing more “hope” for mankind to continue its successful efforts to explore space, through the latest Emirati scientific and civilized icon: “The Museum of the Future”.

Laboratory “Rehabilitation of nature”

The “Nature Rehabilitation” laboratory offers a unique experience for visitors to the “Museum of the Future”. When they return from the expansive space, the visitors will land on the surface of the earth, and the laboratory will welcome them with its environment that uses techniques that simulate reality. The laboratory allows visitors to perform many interactive experiments, especially experiments involving the use of DNA samples to rehabilitate fungal organisms.

The laboratory reflects the priority that the UAE attaches to issues of environmental sustainability and nature protection, as the UAE was one of the first countries to declare its commitment to achieving climate neutrality by 2050, and it also presents the 28th session of the Conference of States which is a party to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change “COP 28” in Abu Dhabi, year 2023.

oasis

After leaving the “Nature Rehabilitation” laboratory, visitors to the Museum of the Future will encounter another unique experience, provided by the “Oasis”, in which they discover a world that puts them in a sense of comfort. immersion by stimulating their five senses by focusing on the personal level so that they dive deep within them, and away from external factors that occupy their attention.

future heroes

Children also have their share in the distinctive museum, as the “Future Champions” platform, designed for children under the age of ten, aims to stimulate young minds to explore new things about themselves and the world around them. .

Its first level includes a set of activities that focus on 6 skills they need to discover the future: curiosity, creativity, confidence, communication, collaboration and critical thinking, offering a mix of unlimited games and problem-solving challenges. requires and collaboration skills.

The Future Champions platform is more than just a place to learn and play, it is a space in which the future generation lays the foundation stone for their future, and through which they unleash their abilities.

future today

The “Future Today” exhibition attracts more than 50 exhibitors from leading companies, universities and designers who shape the future and give an overview of what the next ten years can hold for us.

The exhibition is an opportunity to explore the different ways in which technology can shape the future and the many and varied solutions it can offer to meet the challenges facing our planet and societies today and in the future, and invites visitors to the changes that technology is forcing on the future.

Tomorrow’s Industry

These innovative exhibits and experiences at the Museum of the Future aim to open up the public’s perception of the present and the future, and engage them in an inspiring experience full of positivity to build a better tomorrow.

The inner ring that mediates the design of the “Museum of the Future” building may be the void that symbolizes an expanded gateway to a promising future, and its endless possibilities, which in their entirety represent part of the vision of the Dubai Future Foundation, established to represent, design and implement the future of Dubai, with the aim of transforming Dubai into a global center to test and develop innovative solutions that serve humanity and contribute to the building a better future for the region and the world.

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