National Science Centre, Delhi

Shows Details of the Shows Duration (in min)
Science Shows The demonstrator performs and explains a set of exciting experiments on a theme and the experiments produce startling and amusing results.
Unexpected Science: Physics based interactive experiment on topics like Bernoulli’s principle, weightlessness, Pressure, Centre of Gravity, etc.
Super Cold Show: Set of exciting experiment using liquid Nitrogen.
Sound Show:Concepts of topic Sound demonstrated with interactive experiments.
Kitchen Chemistry and Fun with Chemistry: Experiments with materials available in Kitchen and general chemicals.

The Blue Planet- Science on Sphere Show Science On a Sphere (SOS) is a room sized global display system that uses computers and video projectors to display planetary data onto a six foot diameter sphere, analogous to a giant animated globe. It is s an educational tool to help illustrate Earth System science to people of all ages. Animated images of atmospheric storms, climate change, and ocean temperature can be shown on the sphere, which is used to explain what are sometimes complex environmental processes, in a way that is simultaneously intuitive and captivating. 30
3 -D Show The Centre has one of its kind the state-of-the-art facility . The visitors to the 3D Science Show will experience an out of the world immersive experience in which the near realistic visuals will appear to come out from the static screen right in front of their eyes. The 3D films are seen through specially designed circular polarized glasses. The contents of the film are regularly changed so as the visitor gets a variety after certain duration. 15
Nuclear Power Plant Show A multimediapresentation on How a Nuclear Power Plant works. It takes you on virtual tour of a Nuclear Power Plant. 15
Communication Saga – Cave Painting to Internet: The Centre has developed a new multimedia presentation on the story of evolution of Communication Technology over past 6000 years. This multimedia presentation titled “Cave Painting to Internet”, is a projection based presentation on a very large (36 ft. X 10 ft.) curved screen using multiple projectors. This multimedia show is the first of its kind facility being launched to start commemoration of Silver Jubilee celebrations of the Centre. 17
Holoshow: A short film of about 15 minutes duration titled ‘Our Body Systems’ has been developed for screening in holographic theater. All eleven body systems are covered in this film from integumentary to reproductive. The film explores how these systems work together as a complementary unit to ensure the smooth functioning of the entire body. The objective of this film is to educate the public about inner workings of human body. It is also hoped that it will motivate our young visitors to learn more about the science of anatomy and physiology.

This is a specially created film with 3D digital models and animations can be viewed in this theater without the aid of any special goggles.