Exploring New Realities
How It Works
Exploring New Realities is a thrilling journey of discovering the wonders of immersive technologies.
During the workshop, your kids will try the most exciting applications of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality that extend far beyond zombies and Pokemon. They will discover about the evolution of AR and VR and experiment in a virtual environment, where the space around them literally becomes a canvas.
To complement creative tech activities, students will play various games such as looking inside the creative minds of artists, exploring the underwater world and getting adrenaline highs on skydiving.
Children & Parents
The workshop is planned in a way that is enjoyable for both children and their parents.
Join your child for this creative tech workshop to share the passion and inspire new creations.
4:30pm - 6pm
Where is Fantasium located?
Our workshops are held in our bright and centrally-located Phoenix Park studio.
By Bus: 111, 132 (two stops from Tanglin Mall)
By Train: The nearest station is Redhill Mrt
A shuttle bus service operates between Redhill Mrt to our studio.
By Car: Ample amount of free parking is available at Phoenix Park
Phoenix Park, 308 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247974 Level 2
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you accept walk-ins?
All our holiday camps and workshops are by pre-booking only. Our studio is on a secure second floor so visitors need to inform us prior to their arrival.
Can my child do more than 1 session?
Yes, please ask us. Alternatively, your child is welcomed to join our holiday program.
What facilities does your studio have?
Phoenix Park has vending machines and equipped male and female washrooms.
Where can parents wait?
You are welcomed to join your child, we offer a 20% family discount. If you want to wait instead yet stay close, there's a lovely café next door where you can have lunch, coffee or a nice dessert.
Can this workshop be organised at a location of our choice?
Yes. Moreover, it can be customised based on your interests. We have already offered such workshops at various locations, including the National Library during Singapore Art Week.