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Become part of the exhibit
You might never get a waxworks figure of yourself put on display at Madame Tussauds, but how do you fancy being part of an exhibit at the Science Museum in Kensington? This summer, they are going 3D mad with lots of activities that can be enjoyed by all the family.
Between the 29th July - 1st September, science will come alive. Leave the two-dimensional world of theory behind, and get stuck in with fun, interactive, practical experiments. Children can enter an origami competition take a 3D trail around the museum, and everyone can have a go at making their own 3D glasses or building a pop-up museum.
Although the exhibit is free, you can also buy £10 tickets to catch stunning science films at the IMAX Cinema , including wildlife programmes narrated by David Attenborough, and amazing space adventures.
A fifteen minute workshop by Antenna Live will give you a crash course in the field of 3D design; learn how to use the latest software and get your creations printed.
By far the the most exciting thing on offer is their scanning equipment. Go along for a body scan and you might see a 3D model of yourself in their autumn exhibit, Printing the Future, which launches in October.