Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Innoventions, a walk through in Future World - Innoventions at Epcot.
Written by Robert Niles
Both Innoventions pavilions feature a changing line-up of corporate-sponsored exhibits. Here's the line-up as of the beginning of 2014:
Habit Heroes - Learn about how to live a healthier lifestyle in this play-along adventure.
Stormstruck - Experience what it feels like to be in the perfect storm and discover ways to protect your home.
Sum of All Thrills - Custom design your own thrill ride using math and science principles and then ride a simulator that features KUKA Robotic Arm technology.
Take a Nanooze Break - A series of interactive, continually updated displays that allow visitors to manipulate models of molecules, study everyday items at the nanoscale, and interact with scientists and engineers who conduct the latest nano research.
Test the Limits Lab - Shatter, drop and impact some of the products Underwriters Laboratories test for safety every day.
Vision House - Learn about living greener as you look into the lives of the "Monteverde" family.
The Great Piggy Bank Adventure - An interactive adventure about the ups and downs of saving and investing.
Think - Play in front of the "Gesture Wall" and watch a film about how technology and progress drive each other.
Video Playground - Experience the latest in video game technology.
Where's the Fire? - Explore the most dangerous house in America and learn about fire safety.
This is just based off my experience with the Sum of All Thrills attraction inside Innoventions- One of Disney World's most delightful surprises. The designing part is fun and your ride experience really depends on it. Too bad guests only get four minutes to design their ride. The ride itself is fun and realistic enough. This attraction has a very low capacity but its hidden inside Innoventions away from most visitors view. Either way try this early to avoid long waits. - Manny Barron
The best part of Innoventions is The Sum of All Thrills. It is a great motion simulator and because you get to design your own course, every ride is not the same. - Robert Berry
I love sum of all thrills and wished I made mine more thrilling 8/10 - Edward Morgan
Probably the most ignored attraction in Epcot. I bet 90% of all visitors walk right by the buildings and don't realize that there's things to see inside. - Keith Forrest
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