We call this science museum project “LenX for the World”.
We all live in a world of lenses; through lens you can see the secrets or truth behind images.
Rather than looking at a flat screen, you walk under an upside-down dome, where you can discover the world in various scales.
You may feel like you are floating over planets without gravity, you may be a time traveler through multiple generations, you might also become an atom experiencing bimolecular reaction in fire.
Around the dome, there is a trefoil knot integrating multiple programs into one continuous platform. The topology of the museum gives not only spaces for exhibitions, lectures, and performances, but also a panoramic experience for teaching and learning.
In short, LenX will bring unexpected worlds of science to everyone.