Friday, May 26, 2017

National Geographic's EXTREME WEATHER 4D

The Michigan Science Center's brand new Toyota Engineering Theater (TET) will be hosting the world debut of an exclusively produced version of the National Geographic film, Extreme Weather 4D over the Memorial Day Weekend.  And guess what? You can see it for FREE!

Thanks to the support of Toyota Motor North America, the science center (MiSci) is providing free general admission throughout the holiday weekend and complimentary viewings of the film. Pre-registration for is required. Patrons can select the day they would like to attend and register at the following link -

Extreme Weather 4D brings audiences face to face with Mother Nature at her most dangerous moments. Traveling to Alaska's melting glaciers, filmmakers capture the action as massive chunks of ice shear off into the frigid water with explosive force. In the Midwest, cameras roll as storm chasers risk their lives to capture data as deadly tornadoes race toward them. And, in drought-ravaged California, filmmakers embed themselves with courageous first responders fighting to contain raging wildfires.

"Extreme Weather 4D  is the perfect film to experience in 4D and we are delighted for the Michigan Science Center to host the world premiere,” remarked John Wickstrom, National Geographic Director of Film Distribution It is exciting to launch Extreme Weather 4D in the state of the art Toyota Engineering Theater with all of its amazing effects.  Audiences will be completely immersed in the film, experiencing the adventure with all senses.”

The TET is designed to inspire the next generation of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning. The theater delivers a unique four-dimensional experience that engages multiple senses. It houses a state-of-the-art HD projection system with 3D viewing capabilities and enhanced space and lighting for a more immersive experience, and, the TET is the only theater in Michigan to incorporate “spark” effects without heat, smoke or pyro techniques.

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