3D Printed Walls To Plastic-Free Shopping: Visit This Exhibition At The Museum Of The Future

by Anupriya Mishra
3D Printed Walls To Plastic-Free Shopping: Visit This Exhibition At The Museum Of The Future

Dubai is home to some of the most popular attractions, which include everything from water parks to the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. However, it’s also home to a one-of-a-kind museum that absolutely warrants your attention. If you haven’t guessed already, we are talking about the Museum Of The Future. While there are many things to see here, there Tomorrow Today exhibition is certainly a crowning jewel of the attraction and we are here to tell you about it.

All About The Tomorrow Today Exhibition

Briefly speaking, the Tomorrow Today exhibition ‌explores all the near future technologies from the world innovators. But that’s not all displaces about! This exhibition takes visitors to a realm where imagination converges with cutting-edge technology and sustainability is at the forefront. A sprawling testament to human ingenuity, this area reveals sustainable practices and transformative technologies. This will in turn pave the way towards a greener and more resilient future.

And to commemorate World Environment Day, the Dubai Municipality and the Museum Of The Future have come together to display a trailblazing collaboration. Displaying the shared vision, one of the most pioneering highlights of this exhibition is the biodegradable plastic derived from seaweed. This revolutionary material is expected to reach markets in the next 5 to 10 years, making it a game-changing alternative to traditional plastics.

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What Can You Expect At The Exhibition?

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Not to mention, this exhibition is bound to captivate the guest with its brilliant displays. With sustainability at its core, there is a cornucopia of visionary innovation that will redefine construction and urban planning. These include building materials made from coconut fibre, waste and mycelium! Not to mention, 3-D printing techniques, which utilise sand, moss, gravel, and clay, to make a unique wall display, are also present. With their being limitless possibilities, the museum’s plastic-free environment is amplified through its retail shops where customers can explore plastic-free packaging options.

So, when do you plan to visit the Museum Of The Future?

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