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Tilt

Reviewed by James Wright on December 27th, 2011
Produced by
Melbourne Museum
Rating: G
Released: December 2011

6/10

 
Tilt is the latest Planetarium film at Scienceworks in Melbourne Australia that teaches Children and adults why the "tilt" of the Earth is so important to our planet, especially in relation to our seasons. Add in the planetarium experience and Tilt is definitely an interesting experience.

 

The story of Tilt revolves around two siblings, Annie and Max who accidentally damage Annie's science project on Earth's seasons which causes snow to fall in summer. As the tilt of the Earth has been damaged, they must somehow find a way to fix this problem and thankfully they are joined by Max's robot who takes them on an amazing scientific journey that will eventually lead them to fixing the Earth's tilt.

 

This is edutainment planetarium film is definitely aimed at children but even adults will learn a thing or two about the way seasons work on our planet and where the sun sits during these times. It was actually quite fascinating to learn, especially while lying down and gazing at the planetarium ceiling.

 

Unfortunately unlike some other planetarium productions like The Problem with Pluto or Black Holes, Tilt features some rather basic animation which regrettably lets down the content of this feature. Nonetheless with so much to do and learn at Scienceworks in Melbourne, it's definitely adds another thing to your agenda while visiting!






 
 



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