Yeah I’ve been there lately. In fact. Last year wahahaha bringing my lil sis spending her school holidays. But what amuse me is the new Petrosains Muzika. It has a lot of installations and it is indeed great for FCM Digital Media Students or, for this year, they rebranded themselves as Media Arts Department. I enjoyed some of the installations and of course, pictures for the proof.
Just press the button with related instrument
The globe and the white spot represents different melody/song from different country. And what you need to do is….
… is to scan/ put a stethoscope-like or vacuum-like to the white dots, and you could hear it.
And I played virtual guitar. I was wearing an orange glove so the webcam could detect my hand movements. Oh there’s foot jack too.
Instrument box + tempo + pitch.
Another awesome thing. Sequence composer. Nifty!
Of course after going to Muzika, I entered Petrosains and play around.
Next Einstein? No. Since she wanted to be a Veterinary Doctor. No one within my siblings will follow my dad’s carreer as High-Tension Chargeman, it seems.
Digging what I forget.
One awesome interactive wall installation = dropping flowers. And this boy currently blocking out lot’s of flowers from falling.
And other kids joining him, including anom. HAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA
Seriously, I just wanna lol-ed at how these kids react to many of the installations provided in Petrosains / Petrosains Muzika. This reminds me of most of my classmates installation. And this place is a good place to bring kids to enjoy edutainment.
This is not an advertorial, but I encourage you, even adults, to go to Petrosains. If you felt cranky, bring your kids or nephew, or younger cousins. As they enjoyed it, you’ll be enjoying it too.
High-Tension Chargeman = HT Chargeman a.k.a Penjaga Jentera Elektrik. Most of teachers will go puzzled when I mentioned my father’s job. A career that my father said, is currently lacking of younger talents. It is one of the important person of electricity.