How to use an ’emotional suicide booth’ for futuramas

July 11, 2021 0 Comments

If you’re looking for an interesting futurist/future futurism, you’re in luck!

As Futurama and Futuricon continue their run at the Las Vegas Convention Center, a new space has popped up at the booth for the show’s fans to play around with.

As the booth itself was unveiled on Tuesday, there was no information about when or where this virtual space would open.

However, there is a lot of buzz surrounding the booth, with many attendees saying they’re excited to use the space.

Futurist Lauren Faust told us about the space’s “unique design” and how she plans to make it more accessible for fans.

“As far as virtual space goes, we wanted to do a booth with a lot more space than we had at the convention,” she said.

“It was more of a space to let people just play around and explore with.

It was just a great way to let the community be a part of the process.”

A new space was opened in Futuristan Futurism was announced for the Las Venezas Convention Center on Monday, July 31, 2018, which is just a day after the show finished its first season.

In the meantime, fans can check out the virtual space on the Las Vezas website.

The booth will be open until July 31 and is a limited number, so if you can’t make it, you can still come out to the booth and enjoy the show.

“We have some really exciting things happening right now in the future, so it’s really important that we do something for the future,” Faust said.

The Futurists booth has been available for a few days now, so we’ve put together some information about it for you.

If you want to learn more about Futurris Futurisms and Futuralist Futurcast, check out Futuros Futuriste’s show notes and show synopsis.