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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #20 on: May 18, 2013, 06:29:48 am »
Irayo Tìtstewan for scaling the photos.  Afraid I'm work from my phone and haven't quite figured out how to change the photo size thingy - yet!

Hopefully there will be more later as we're off to the Avatar Exhibit today - YAY!

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #21 on: May 18, 2013, 06:37:39 am »
Kea tìkin. :D

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #22 on: May 18, 2013, 11:48:56 am »
Cool!  Irayo ma tsmuk. :)

We're currently at the Liberty Science Centre and managed to be to first ones in the Avatar exhibit.  So it was our own personal exhibition - TXANTSAN.

Photos later...hopefully in a new size ;)

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #23 on: May 19, 2013, 05:36:59 am »
And so we made it to Day 3 of our mini-meet.  This was going to be our 'Avatar Day'!  Unfortunately TOGTE got a message from his work say he was require to help out will an installation for a customer.  Bad timing or what!  :(. So sadly ma tsmukan and his work colleague had to leave before they had chance to visit the exhibition.  Very sad only...

So that left CyanRachel and I to make our way to the Liberty Science Centre where we would be joined by Crickett.  So it was a short walk to the tram stop and 15 minute ride.  We did see an advert for the exhibition:


  We arrive just before door opening time. Having had our bags searched we used our Na'vi instincts to locate the Avatar Exhibition...well ok we just looked for the signs!

...And there it was!  Located on the top floor.  We raced up there to find that we were the first ones in!  We had the Avatar exhibition all to ourselves!  I had previously see the exhibition twice in Seattle, but with me spending most of my time videoing everyone, I never really got to 'see it'.  So this was my opportunity with CyanRachel to read everything, watch every video and press every button!  Crickett also joined up shortly after we arrived.  (I still took some piccies though!)

^this was the entrance to the Avatar exhibition, just in case you missed where it was!

^RDA display - engage cat screech!

^Crickett shows off his Jake T-Shirt with the Jake bust.

^ When surrounded by Avatar stuff, fans naturally turn Na'vi blue!

The exhibition was housed in a larger room that the one in Seattle, which was good as it gave you more room to move about.  There was actually riom for more stuff too.  we did notice an addition to the collection in the form of the interactive touch screen table game that was demoed to us in Seattle.  the was also an additional display about the bioluminescence, which was interesting.  We also had a couple of kids comment on our T-Shirts which was cool. So we told them about where they could get them from.

 Having had one Avatar fix it was time for another!  We had tickets to watch Avatar in 3D on the big screen again.  So at 17:00 we re-acquainted ourself with the film that had had such an impact on our lives and brought us together.  You know the rest.  Eywa ngahu ma aysmukan sì aysmuke, frakrr.

Alan
(PS Irayo Tìtstewan. I think I may have got the picture size thing to work!)

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #24 on: May 19, 2013, 01:52:23 pm »
Lucky, I really should take a trip down there to see the exhibition. Great pictures, thanks for sharing them.

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #25 on: May 20, 2013, 05:59:27 am »
Irayo ma Ftiafpi.  Glad you liked the piccies.  Afraid you won't be able to view the exhibition at the LSc as this was the last weekend.  However, it will be reopening in Indianapolis soon.

Well, the last day of the mini-meet was a more quiet affair as only CyanRachel and I were able to make it.  However, it still didn't stop us enjoying the Avatar Exhibition again as well as explore the rest of the museum which had an abundance of interactive stuff to play with!  I managed to snap a few more photos in the exhibition:






Mid-afternoon CyanRachel had to return home, which left me to watch Avatar SE 3D.  I managed to sit closer to the screen which seemed give a better 3D experience....apart from the kid sat next to me who kept talking and couldn't sit still.  So I never quite 'got in the zone', if you know what I mean.  Still that's what kids do when folks take them to a nearly 3 hour film!   It was still great watching Avatar though.  I just don't get tired of seeing it.  It reminds me of the amazing journey my life took since I first saw it in December 2009, the wonderful life experiences it has lead me to and the amazing Avatar community I feel so privileged to be a part of.

Irayo ma aysmukan sì tsmuke for making this Avatar mini-meet a success and welcoming me to your country again.

Eywa ngahu frakrr,

Ta Alan

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #26 on: May 21, 2013, 02:35:38 am »
It does look like a nicer arrangement than the Seattle arrangement.

One question though: Was the interactive fish game as 'buggy' as it was when we demo'ed it?

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #27 on: May 21, 2013, 07:04:42 am »
The game seemed ok....although it was the first time I had tried it.  Crickett thrashed me though - Hehehehe.

It was positioned next to the boiluminescense info wall with plenty of space around it.  CyanRachel and I thought it would have been great if they had a life size model of Jake and Neytiri.  There was room both height and floor space wize.

Alan
« Last Edit: May 22, 2013, 02:53:17 pm by Alan »

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Re: Avatar The Exhibition at Liberty Science Center
« Reply #28 on: June 02, 2013, 04:08:52 pm »
Sorry for this belated post, but I just wanted to say I really enjoyed revisiting the Avatar exhibit last month at the LSC here in NJ. We had a very small mini-meetup of clanmates, as Alan has mentioned, (5 of us got to hang out in NYC, and 3 of us got to see the exhibit) to see the exhibit...with the added bonus of a screening of Avatar in 3D at the LSC theater. It was so awesome to be able to watch Avatar on a big screen in 3D again (with most of the audience consisting of regular, non-Avatar-fan people)! And as Alan also mentioned, it turns out the exhibit was "expanded" a tiny bit to include a small section on the biolume of Pandora and how biolume Earth creatures were the inspiration (this section of the exhibit was new, as it was not in the exhibit in Seattle). Anyway, it's just too bad we couldn't get more clanmates to join us, but hopefully many other fellow Avatar fans got to see the exhibit (and Avatar in 3D) at the LSC before it departed for its next destination.
And Irayo, Alan, for sharing your photos with us here!  :D

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