Saturday, September 9, 2017

THE FUTURE CITY: An Interactive Digital Park Sponsored by Nestle NANKID Optipro

The Future Park, sponsored by Nestle NANKID Optipro launching Future City: An Interactive Digital Park and interactive pop up the digital park for the kids and the kids at heart. The park offers 6 unique stations that are primed to offer one-of-a-kind experiential activities that will surely entice one's mind. Guests will have the opportunity to engage with emerging creative media technologies and innovative artistic experience from all over the globe.

The Future City visually illustrates how science has become the blueprint for brighter, safer future for our children. Guests can begin their exploration and discovery at the Future Dome where they will be given a glimpse of the technological advances that will soon define future cities—from towering smart skyscrapers, solar powered walls, interactive cityscapes, and autonomous vehicles. 

Open for just one weekend, The Future Park together with NESTLÉ NANKID OPTIPRO FOUR,—a milk designed specifically for your child’s growth and development that helps secure your child’s healthy future through the power of Optimized Protein, launches FUTURE CITY: An Interactive Digital Park

From September 9-10, this pioneering digital park opens its doors to guests as a way to educate and empower children and their parents about how their decisions today, can affect their future.

First Station we did with kids is the "Shape Your Kids Future" area wherein we got the moment to choose what we wish and or dream becoming well with me I had chosen the singer one and got myself singin' while putting some colors into it and once done we placed in on the scanner and had appeared on the big screen....

Future City uses technologies from all over the globe. The park contains 6 unique and engaging stations that will give guests the chance to participate in one-of-a-kind experiences that will surely nurture the minds of the kids and kids at heart.

Second Station is called "STOMP-THE-SCRAP FLOOR", YAY's mean you are doing things right. BOO's tell you to try again.

Third Station is called "BLOCK-THE-JUNK WALL." An exciting activity I enjoyed using the foam blocks to prevent the junk from entering a child's body.

The fourth Station is called "FAMILY HEALTH SCREENER". I got to input the data required in the tablet. And after that, I had discovered what I can pass on to my future children and to my excitement I get to share the result and or findings on Facebook.

Family history plays a big part in determining what diseases and conditions will be inherited by their kids and educating yourself about what can be done to prevent these from being passed on is the key to ensuring your child’s better future health. To that end, the Family Health Screener can help parents assess these possibilities, which will also be unveiled at the pop-up interactive digital park. 

The interactive nature of The Future City is central to the entire exhibit’s message, not just in terms of technology and infrastructure, but for bigger and far more essential choices for your child’s health and development. Exploring the science behind the different elements that drive our lives—the environment we move in, the things we eat, the activities we do—it helps us understand just how relevant all these our to securing a brighter, safer, healthier future for generations to come.


From September 9-10, this pioneering digital park opens its doors to guests as a way to educate and empower children and their parents about how their decisions today, can affect their future.

And then the last station is the more exciting part because everyone gets to participate to win the Q& portion using the Tab they provided.

All in all, the Future City is a fitting fusion of interactive material and abstract concepts demonstrated in a visual and engaging way for kids and the kids at heart to appreciate and enjoy. 
Never settle for anything less especially when it comes to your child. Give your child optimum nutrition and reshape their future today.

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