The Transformers have landed in Singapore! Come on down to the Science Centre and see them in the Transformers 30th Anniversary Exhibition!
Join the ranks of Optimus Prime and his Autobots as they battle against the devious Decepticons! Here’s seven things to slake your curiosity, a number of which were inspired from this larger-than-life exhibition.
- There are over 400 limited edition Transformers action figures being displayed in the Exhibition. We wonder if they are worth an estimated $40,000 altogether! Imagine owning them all!
- Nearly 40 years ago, some of the first Transformers toys were called Microman, which eventually evolved to the creation of Bumblebee and the other transformers that we know and love today!
- Zone 4 of the Exhibition features a radical 3D projection mapping theatre, which showcases the awe-inspiring evolution of our greatest hero Optimus Prime! Don’t miss that!
- Just like water having different states, Energon, the fuel of Transformers, can be stored in ore, crystal or gaseous forms, as well as raw energy! Wow! Talk about a versatile energy source! Find out more about Energon at the Secret Place in the Exhibition!
- While Bumblebee might be one of the smallest and weakest of all the Autobots, he is one of the most well liked Transformers by humans because of his warm hearted and friendly nature. Bumblebee sure doesn’t let his tiny stature conceal his giant heart!
- Think that a T-Rex is scary enough with its razor sharp teeth? Well, that’s nothing compared to Grimlock, the dinosaur Transformer, which is twice as large as an adult T-Rex! Don’t mess with him!!! **shudders**
- I’m sure everybody agrees that Autobot Hound is a beefcake, but do you know that he actually has a sweet spot for cupcakes? Come on down to the Exhibition to find out more!
Dying to know more? Check out the Transformers 30th Anniversary Exhibition from now till 1 March 2015! Get set for an experience that’s more than meets the eye!
Koh Ting Yew and Tan Boon Ghim are Junior College students who are undergoing internship at Science Centre Singapore (SCS) in Nov/ Dec 2014. They have written this blog post during their internship at SCS.