Park Mosster Eastland

Since the renovation and revamp of Eastland shopping centre in 2016 I’ve noticed that they’ve really been creating some exciting and unique experiences for school holidays. Their holiday programs aren’t just the usual workshops you’ll find elsewhere – they often work with artists and creators to develop children’s programming that’s unique and exciting.

This week at Eastland they are hosting an augmented reality playground for kids called pARk. Developed by creative studio Mosster Studio, the 30 minute experience is a fun way to introduce kids to the features of augmented reality and to interact with digital technology in a physical way.

Park Mosster Eastland

You need to book in a session (up to 10 children per session) and then after a quick debrief kids use cardboard cubes labelled with different images that ‘talk’ to a camera and control what’s happening on screen.

Park Mosster Eastland

It’s very intuitive and the three games range from simple tumbling blocks and graffiti drawing to a more sophisticated game involving a ball run.

While you’re waiting there’s a break out space where you can play with colourful cardboard cubes.

Park Mosster Eastland
pARk is a fun and free interactive digital experience and suitable for all ages. Adults are encouraged not to participate – let the kids explore for themselves!


HOT Tips:

  • Places are limited and bookings are essential. Drop-ins may enter only once all booked children are accommodated and there is spare space;
  • Best parking is South parking or use the valet parking service!; and
  • Sessions are 30 minutes long and kids of all ages are welcome.

pARk by Mosster StudioEastland Shopping Centre, Maroondah Hwy, Ringwood

Level 2, near H&M

Monday to Wednesday:

First session – 10am

Last session – 3.30pm

Thursday & Friday:

First session – 10am

Last session – 7.30pm

 

 

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