It’s refreshing to have the construction walls down and exit Spaceship Earth into a somewhat finished area. Like the previous AT&T exhibit, the lighting is low, enabling guests to see the various screens and monitors scattered around the room. When you first enter this area, you walk directly toward a large globe that is illuminated via rear-projection. Here you’ll see various “advertisements” for Siemens. However, these advertisements feel more like entertainment than commercials.
Two exhibits are up and running at the moment, Super Driver and Body Builder. As the attraction was somewhat busy I did not play either game and really can’t comment on the rules, but here is my impression.
Super Driver resembles an arcade type game where someone sits in the “driver’s seat” and drives a car along the highway. Others can stand behind the driver and watch his progress.
Guests stand while playing the Body Builder game and two people compete against each other. 3D glasses are required and many pairs are available so onlookers can also watch the action.
There is space for more exhibits and several signs indicate that they will be arriving soon.