WNDR is an interactive art and technology museum in San Diego that offers multisensory experiences in each exhibition. With the goal of making the spectator an artist, WNDR’s mission is to make everything you do in a museum art.
It has three sections: WNDR museum, where you can have multisensory experiences and create your own art; WNDR studio made up by a team of artists, experimental installations, and digital content, and lastly, WNDRx, a cultural and social interactive innovation model.
“GOD:TEMPO by Effixx” is the name of the new exhibition at the 360° theater in the museum. It is an experience that alludes to transforming space in an audiovisual clock at a huge scale, surrounded by 3D shapes projected on the walls.
Currently, WNDR has more than 20 exhibitions in San Diego, among them, the light floor, which reacts to your movements through sensors allowing you to create light shapes on the floor; the quantum mirror, a room with more than 150 mirrors, which allows you to analyze the perception one has of themselves through technology and the obsession we have with screens, and Insideout, an immersive 360° video with audiovisual and experimental effects about childhood memories.
It is located at Gaslamp Quarter in 422 Market Street in Downtown San Diego, only a few blocks away from Petco Park. There are public transportation stops nearby, which makes arriving and leaving very easy.
Ticket prices are $32 dollars for general admission, $22 dollars for children ages 3 to 12 years old, and $50 dollars for VIP, which includes easy access to installations, a limited-edition pin, a photographic memory, 10% discounts in the shop, and a second tour before you leave. Children 2 years old or younger are admitted for free. In addition, guided group visits can be organized with a special price with a minimum of 20 people. You can also schedule private events.
Tickets can be bought on their official website: WNDRMUSEUM.
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