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Photos: Visitors immersed in "Future Sensations" at Eakins Oval

The Oval's is currently the site of "Future Sensations," a series of dazzling sensory experiences open to the public.
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    Visitors experience sights and sounds of the Create pavilion, one of five immersive s|Charles Mostoller

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    Visitors experience sights and sounds of the Create pavilion, one of five immersive s|Charles Mostoller

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    Visitors experience the dazzling light show inside the Look pavilion, one of five imm|Charles Mostoller

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    Visitors experience the dazzling light show inside the Look pavilion, one of five imm|Charles Mostoller

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    Visitors experience the dazzling light show inside the Look pavilion, one of five imm|Charles Mostoller

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    Visitors experience the dazzling light show inside the Look pavilion, one of five imm|Charles Mostoller

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    Kristen Smith, center, records the dazzling light show inside the Look pavilion at "F|Charles Mostoller

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    Kristen Smith, center, records the dazzling light show inside the Look pavilion at "F|Charles Mostoller

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    Kristen Smith, center, records the dazzling light show inside the Look pavilion at "F|Charles Mostoller

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    Visitors wait to enter the the Listen pavilion, one of five immersive sculptures on E|Charles Mostoller

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    Visitors experience the Color pavilion, one of five immersive sculptures on Eakins Ov|Charles Mostoller

Visitors to the EakinsOvalin recent days have been immersed in a new sensory experience: "Future Sensations," an installation of five immersive pavilions erected by Saint-Gobain, a French building materials company, in celebration of their 350thanniversary.

The Philly installation ofFuture Sensations marks the only U.S. stop of the installation. The installation will be up through June 6.

To learn more, visitsaint-gobain.com.

 

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