PhotoNational Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium
This summer, the limited “VR Submarine” of the National Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium adopts an AI interactive projection wall, giant fluorescent illustration corridor, and display of young coral reef fish, in an attempt to expand our imagination for the ocean and life. We are all living in this land of abundant marine resources and each encounter with the marine is valuable serendipity.
This 20-meter “Florescent Galaxy” of florescent illustration corridor shows a dazzling design. The bright and eye-catching jellyfish, colorful coral reef fish, and various marine organisms, all become the starry sparkles shining the florescent galaxy, putting the guests in the submarine world.
“VR Submarine” displays various young coral reef fish and is one marine education lesson where no dismissal is desired. You can see a lot of Coris aygula with many black and orange spots, acting like the spot artists in the ocean. The angel fish with blue-ripple stripes and the six types of young super-mini clownfish were restored by the museum. Moreover, these young fish will become completely different looks and even gender in response to the environment when they grow up. How amazing! After watching the young fish, you can also search for the adult fish of these fish at the Coral Kingdom, to witness the magic of marine ecology in person.
“VR Submarine” depicts the dazzling world under the sea level through a diversity of approaches, so that all tourists can perceive every touching moment of the ocean through the exhibition of abundant vitality under the sea level.
“VR Submarine” Event
Date: Until October 11, 2021
For more information, please visit the event website.
Note: During 2nd pandemic alert level, tickets are reserved and purchased online or at the ticket office. The museum controls the total amount of admission. Please coordinate with various epidemic prevention measures.