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An interactive digital art experienceBY KELSEY DAENAN
The Mall of Georgia is hosting teamLab Future Park through July 31. The exhibit encourages children toengage with one another and the art to promote the importance of teamwork. This digital park combines ancient Japanese art with modern technology to promote educational play through its 3,761-square-foot interactive hi-tech playground. The park requires hands-on participation combined with the use of light, sound, video, digital sequences and virtual-reality environments to create collaborative art.Guests can explore seven different living "works," including digital parks such as Sketch Town, Light BallOrchestra, Sketch Aquarium, Create! Hopscotch for Geniuses, Sketch Town Papercraft, A Table Where Little People Live and Connecting! Train Block. Admission to the park is free for children 2 and under, $8 for children ages 3-13 and $12 for adults. Adultsare not allowed entry without a child present. Tickets may be purchased at teamLab Future Park in the Village or by visiting bit.ly/tmLabfp. Call (770) 271-9458 for more information.
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