Here are more of the bizarre things I saw while at Meow Wolf:
When you went in the Refrigerator you went through a white tunnel and ended up in a futuristic room with Star Trek like doors. There was a projected image of a woman in white who guided you through various areas you could visit. You placed your hand on the panel and the doors would whoosh open.
These guys were laying almost on their backs, operating a steering wheel and projecting colors on a screen high above.
This white mouse appears on a video screen behind the round running cage. Although the two events are unrelated, the cage spins at various speeds as though the mouse were inside, propelling it.
Kind of hard to tell from the blurry photo but the floor in the upstairs bathroom was uneven and things were at odd angles. I didn’t try climbing in the toilet to see where I might end up (I think I already know…).
This was a room where everything, floor/walls/ceiling/items on a table were black and white (and in incredible detail). No tricks, no colored lights. Just different.
Two of the men in white lab coats, conspiring against us and plotting new rooms, perhaps…
The guy on the right was the one I asked if there was something people typically missed. He asked me what things I had already seen, then took me to the laser-organ room.
There, a triangular structure in the center of the darkened room had a series of laser beams which went from floor to ceiling. As you broke each light beam with your hand, arm, or whatever (remember, there are young children present!…) musical notes would play, a different note for each beam of light.
Another black and white room, this one upstairs, set up as a small eat-in kitchen.
And finally, the aquarium, which had lots of primary-colored fish and one big black one. They were all real fish, very much alive.