Sports fans can pose for souvenir photos next to virtual versions of British cycling champion Victoria Pendleton and French swimming champion Yannick Agnel or show off their best dance moves on a special dance floor to power thousands of LED lights.
A Tomorrow’s World-style zone houses futuristic energy saving products designed by some of the world’s leading research and design institutes, which could soon become part of our everyday lives.
Hubert Blanquefort, director of the EDF pavilion project, said: "We’re really pleased with the response from visitors to the EDF pavilion. We want to share the magic of electricity through a really fun approach – the dance pads, using hand pedals to power thousands of LED lights – and everyone has really got into that.
"We have designed the building to be modern and sustainable making the best use of up to date, energy efficient technology. It’s all about entertaining, informing and inspiring our visitors. We’ve had lots of families finding out about low carbon energy and it’s been great to meet so many people here for the Games."
EDF worked with building contractors Nussli and architects Schmidhuber and Kaindl on the project.
The pavilion will be open to the public between 9am and midnight throughout the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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