STAR WARS Identities
The Montréal Science Centre
exhibition which has already attracted a large number of Star Wars buffs, is drawing to a close. Fans of the science fiction saga still have until September 16 to come admire life size models of such familiar faces as Yoda, Darth Vader and R2-D2. At the centre of the exhibition—produced by museum experience specialists X3 Productions with the consent of Star Wars creator George Lucas—is an identity quest in which visitors explore their own identifies through similarities and differences to the movie's iconic characters.
With more than 200 objects from the Lucasfilm archives and scientific content developed by the Science Centre in collaboration with a team of scientific advisors with expertise in neuropsychology and genetics, STAR WARS Identities
explores three themes: the characters' origins, their influences and their choices. These themes are investigated through short videos on genetics, culture, mentors and values.
Which character are you most like? You have until September 16 to find out!