Museum of the Future Accelerators program - Application Form
The Museum of the Future is a unique incubator for futuristic innovation and design, currently under construction in Dubai, UAE. Set to open in 2019, the Museum is planned to become the world's largest and most exciting home to tomorrow's trends and opportunities. Since the construction of the museum is still under the way, the team is calling the most exciting and innovative companies to partner with and develop solutions for one of the 3 challenges.

The first challenge is how can we leverage the most exciting combination of sensors, devices, and applications to create a truly magical visitor experience? the second is what is the most exciting way to use conversational chat bots, AI, and social sharing to create personalized visitor experiences which can also be shared? and the last challenge is how can we leverage VR & AR, both in and out of the museum, to create experiences that transcend space and time, let millions of people explore the space virtually and physically, and blur the boundaries between the physical and digital world?

Visit www.museumofthefuture.ae to learn more about the challenge.

The Museum of the Future' team assess all of its applications via this form and does not accept applications sent to email or any other format. Only applications that are completed in full and submitted via the 'submit' button at the end of the form are considered for the program. Applications close on Wednesday May 30th 2018 at 11:59pm Dubai time (GMT+4). Applications submitted after this time will not be considered for participation on the Museum of the Future Accelerators program. Only shortlisted applicants will be notified by June 9th 2018. For reference purposes, you can find an overview of the application questions by following this link https://goo.gl/eKHtNS


Deadline: June 9th 2018

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