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Opened in March 2001 as part of the new National Museum of Australia (external site), kSpace is a VE experience that asks children to "imagine what life will be like for future generations". Children use interactive touch-screen displays to design vehicles and buildings of the future before heading to the kSpace theatre to view their models embedded in a colourful 3D world of their own creation.

Outcomes

Frequently Asked Questions

Multimedia Gallery

Design: from concept to fruition

Press

Technical Details

People


NEWS: kSpace statistics - 156,710 models designed in 2001. Conservatively, this translates to more than 200,000 participants when doubling and tripling up on stations is taken into account.