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LUMEN: Nick Waterman & Dave Trinh present the Chief Engineer onboard the TSN-Hopper
Date and time
Directions: For parking information, visit: https://www.waterloo.ca/en/living/parking.aspx.
Offered in English.
Washrooms available in local businesses.
Lumen is a festival that showcases light based new media, media art, and projection based installations. This event invites citizens to explore the city through a new lens - one that illuminates Waterloo through art and technology.
NICK WATERMAN & DAVE TRINH: THE CHIEF ENGINEER ONBOARD THE TSN-HOPPER
This spaceship bridge simulator brings people together and is based on the values of inclusion, having fun, open to learning, sharing skills and ideas. This installation focuses on the operations of the spaceship and Users will take on the role one of the six primary operation systems. As the chief operator/engineer of the spaceship, participants will ensure systems are turned on, sufficient amount of energy is allocated to main systems, and that the ship maintains tolerable heat levels. Watch a demo of the exhibit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SqJlIscRFE
Installation sponsored by: Patent Social
Location: Patent Social
- For the full schedule & locations, visit our website. waterloo.ca
- Preview of the exhibition youtube.com
- More info lcarn.tsn-artemis.ca
Arts & Culture, City of Waterloo
With arts, culture and heritage being of such importance to our city's livability, we have developed our culture plan with the core vision to: break down barriers to cultural activities and engagement at the city and within the community; identify opportunities and bring ideas, people, and resources together to help make great things happen; encourage creativity and creative expression in all areas of community life. Go out and explore arts, culture, and heritage in Waterloo!