Dubai is a city the never ceases to amaze, with numerous record-breaking and mind-boggling architectural icons. The Museum of the Future is the latest addition to this list of incredible accomplishments, built entirely by robots, and powered solely with renewable solar energy, it's set to be a regional and international monument to science and innovation. You and your budding scientists will wan to head down to experience a truly unique journey into the future.ABOUT THE MUSEUM:Contrary to the usual concept of traditional museums based behind closed windows displaying eras of the past, masterpieces, and encounters, the Museum of the Future is distinguished by being an incubator for innovative ideas, technology, and future projects. It is a global destination for inventors and entrepreneurs. The Museum also provides its patrons with a set of immersive experiences. It enables them to learn about future technology that will change people's lives.The Museum of the Future is considered an engineering miracle at 30,000 square meters and 77 meters in height. The building consists of seven floors and characterized by the absence of columns inside, making its design a milestone in urban engineering. The Museum is also linked by two bridges, the first extending to Jumeirah Emirates Towers, with a length of 69 meters, and the second linking it to the Emirates Towers metro station, with a length of 212 meters. The building is powered by 4,000 Mega Watts of electricity produced through solar energy by a new station connected to the Museum. The station was built in collaboration with Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA), making the Museum upon completion, the first Museum in the Middle East to obtain a Platinum certification from LEED, the highest rating for green buildings in the world. The park surrounding the Museum of the Future contains 80 species of plants, equipped with a state-of-the-art intelligent and automatic irrigation system. The facade of the Museum consists of 1,024 pieces entirely manufactured by robots. The facade panels are produced using automated robotic arms. Each plate consists of four layers, and each layer has been created after following 16 process steps. The installation period of the external facade lasted for more than 18 months, and each of the panels installed separately. The facade area is 17,600 square meters. The facade, which extends over more than 17 thousand square meters, is illuminated by 14 thousand meters of lighting calligraphy. The writings are inspiring quotes of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai in Arabic calligraphy.
An amazing experience with lots of learning, my 6 years old daughter was amazed to see right infront of her, how the technical world is changing and how the future of the technology would be like. Awesome place to visit. I recommend it as it brings for the elders and the young ones great knowledge.
An amazing experience with lots of learning, my 6 years old daughter was amazed to see right infront of her, how the technical world is changing and how the future of the technology would be like. Awesome place to visit. I recommend it as it brings for the elders and the young ones great knowledge. Read less...
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