- 7 Apr 2022 7:27 AM
The show runs for three months here before continuing on their European tour.
The plaza itself, near Kelenföld station in Buda, is Budapest’s most modern, with huge, interactive LED wall by each entrance.
The dining area features a digital play mat, with touch-screen interfaces and interactive games integrated into the floor.
The visually impaired are aided by the Ariadné blind guide, developed at Óbuda University.
At the information desk, Hungarianoid-speaking robot Pepper helps visitors find their way.
An app helps you find a parking space – or one of 130 electric charging stations – and choose from the 150+ stores once you walk in.
More info about the exhibition – in Hungarian – here