A new interactive exhibit showing visitors the environmental benefits of the zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell has launched.
Due to Hyundai’s donations, a new interactive exhibit at the TELUS World of Science in Vancouver has opened.
Science World has over 650,000 visitors a year and now they’ll be able to experience the environmental benefits of the zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell in this brand new and exciting exhibit.
Based on a classic driving game, the exhibit invites visitors sit down and virtually drive a Tuscon Fuel Celled Electric Vehicle. Throughout the game, players answer a series of true or false questions (all based on hydrogen fuel cell technology as well as electric and gas technologies) while also trying to avoid the obstacles on the virtual course. Like traditional driving games, their scores depend on how well they can avoid the obstacles as well as how many questions they can correctly answer. After crossing the finish line, players are invited to learn more about the environmental impacts of hydrogen as well as other vehicle fuel technologies.
“Science World is committed to providing learning opportunities for visitors of all ages and much of what we do wouldn’t be possible without the generous support of partners and sponsors such as Hyundai,” says Science World President and Ceo, Bryan Tisdall.
The exhibit is set to be in place for the next three years.