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
We work in small groups with a maximum of 5 students. The classes are 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.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can this workshop be organised at a location of our choice?
Yes. Moreover, the workshop can be customised based on your interests. We have already offered such workshops at various locations, including the National Library during Singapore Art Week.
What tech equipment do you provide?
Our VR setup is flexible and easy-to-install. We work on professional-grade VR headsets HTC Vive Pro and standalone VR headsets Oculus Quest which have enhanced optics and children-friendly interface.
Strict Sanitation Protocol in Place
The well-being of our students has always been of paramount importance for us. Fantasium strives to adopt all necessary precautions to ensure a clean and safe working environment. We use UV technology and antibacterial wipes to clean our headsets and controllers after each use.
About UVC light
UVC light has been repeatedly proven to be effective against all types of bacteria, viruses and fungi. Radiation in the UVC range of 250-280 nm destroys microbes by attaching their DNA. UVC light is able to penetrate the cells of microorganisms and disrupt the structure of the DNA molecules. The microorganisms in turn, lose their reproductive capability, rendering them inactive and no longer harmful.