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Thunderbirds and The Future of Science Exhibition Planned for National Museum

ITV Studios Global Entertainment (ITVS GE) has announced that Classic Thunderbirds will be the main attraction at a major new exhibition, taking place in Japan from July to September.

Called Thunderbirds and the Future of Science, the exhibition at Miraikan—Tokyo’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation—is an introduction to the technology that could shape tomorrow’s world. The exhibition has four main attractions: an advanced technology exhibit, a Thunderbirds 3-D theatre, a Thunderbirds gallery, and an interactive Thunderbirds attraction.

In the technology exhibit, companies and organizations will demonstrate real-world advanced machinery and technologies from modern Japan. Visitors can then compare them with the future lifestyles and technologies predicted for the late 21st century by the classic show Thunderbirds nearly 50 years ago.

The exhibition will also include a Thunderbirds screening theatre, using the latest in 3-D technology; a gallery of models of vehicles and gadgets from the show, donated to the exhibition by some of Japan’s many Thunderbirds enthusiasts; and an interactive attraction which will give visitors the chance to become part of a rescue team on a mission with Thunderbird 2.

The exhibition is co-sponsored by Japanese companies including Fuji Television and Tohokushinsha Film Corporation, supported by a wide range of Japanese ministries, and has been put together with the cooperation of many Japanese media, science, and search and rescue groups. The Classic Thunderbirds brand will be prominent in the museum shop, which will stock various official goods as well as products in limited release at the exhibition.

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