EUREKA ROOM FAQs

WHAT IS THE EUREKA ROOM?

The Eureka Room is an immersive experience room where visitors choose from one or more menu options to improve their well-being through video-led instruction.

Some options are true, science-proven practices shown to increase personal well-being. (All those ideas you've read about in self-improvement books but have never actually done).

Other options provide short-term well being and have no science whatesoever and range from the casually playful to the absurdly inane.

WILL I BE BY MYSELF OR WITH OTHERS?

The Eureka Room provides seating for up to 6 people at a time and will combine parties to fill up all available seats. Some menu items require at minimum 2 people.

WHAT DO YOU MEAN "SCIENCE-BASED"?

Some of the menu items on the Eureka Room menu are inspired by well-respected schools of Positive Psychology, such as the Center for Positive Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. The Eureka Room takes science seriously and hates woo-woo. The Eureka Room does not use the word "science" unless there is true, well-vetted science. If you don't see "science" listed in a menu item visitors can feel safe that that item is science-free.

ARE THERE FLASHING LIGHTS? I HAVE A HEALTH ISSUE.

There are 15,000 LEDs which for some menu items flash often. There is also a giant projector screen (3-chip, with no "rainbow effect"). Visitors who have a medical condition who might have a problem with flashing lights should not visit the Eureka Room.

WHAT WILL I BE ASKED TO DO?

The menu items of the Eureka Room vary. The Eureka Room does not like to give spoilers but those visitors who demand to know are encouraged to read the menu and cross-reference with the glossary. Visitors who are not enjoying their menu item may leave at any time.

Persons who have read all the FAQs, menu items and glossary and are still feeling unease about visiting the Eureka Room are highly encouraged to find something else to do.