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Innoventions invites kids of all ages to imagine, invent, inquire and be inspired while exploring amazing innovations that make our lives better. Here’s an overview of the experiences in Innoventions East:
The Sum of All Thrills – Test your imagination by designing a thrill ride using an interactive touch screen that lets you determine height and speed while adding features such as dips and corkscrew turns. When you’re finished, climb aboard your very own thrill ride in the 4-D robotic simulator that uses sight, sound and movement to give you a realistic experience.
StormStruck – Experience what it feels like to be in the perfect storm and discover important ways to protect your home and family in case of severe weather.
Don’t Waste It! – Play games that challenge you to recycle, reduce and reuse “virtual trash” to create alternate forms of energy to fuel our homes and communities.
Test the Limits Lab – Treat yourself to a safety test where you are invited to shatter, drop, and impact some of the products you use at home every day. Enjoy a short film hosted by Timon and Pumbaa and learn how to be “safety smart.”
Environmentality Corner – Learn important information on how you can protect and preserve our environment – learn about papermaking and even make a sample to take home.
Each exhibit has its own line and they can move fairly slowly. The best time to experience the exhibits with not too much of a crowd is late afternoon or evening. Sum of All Thrills is the exception; it stays crowded throughout the day, so do this one early in the morning then come back later to do the rest.
Tad and Leap love Sum of All Thrills and they make sure to do it early in the morning right after Test Track and Mission: SPACE since it’s very popular. It’s similar to CyberSpace Mountain at DisneyQuest, but it’s much more elaborate. The loud noises and special effects in StormStruck startled Lily.
Innoventions East, one of the two buildings of the Innoventions Pavilion, houses interactive exhibits suitable for guests of all ages. The exhibits are sponsored by corporations such as Raytheon (Sum of All Thrills), Waste Management (Don’t Waste It!), Underwriters Laboratories (Test the Limits Lab), and FLASH – Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (StormStruck).
Each exhibit has its own line and restrictions.
Guests may remain in their wheelchair, motorized scooter or ECV to experience the attraction.
Source: Undercover Tourist
The Innoventions Fountains have been a part of Epcot since opening day. Representatives from around the world brought water from their homelands and poured it into the fountain as a symbol of peace and community.
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