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Take a trip to the future with things to do in London

Published: Monday 28th of June 2010

Visitors making their way to the HMS Belfast or other science-themed London attractions can experience a unique insight into their future with the Who Am I? gallery at the Science Museum.

The museum is offering visitors a chance to see their future through highly advanced software that will outline how their faces would change with age. The computer software is also capable of predicting how a person's voice would change over the years.

People can understand more about their family gene pools through the various new exhibits that have been added to the gallery. The exhibition also teaches how personality, development of languages and intelligence separates the humans from other animal species.

Travellers can also make the most of their time in London by walking amid live experiments taking place as part of the See Further: The Festival of Science + Arts on South Bank.

The event is a celebration of the 350th anniversary of the Royal Society and brings together arts and the sciences, highlighting the overlap between the two.

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Posted by Michael Edwards

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