Facebook’s huge solar drone Aquila is going on display screen for the very first time in London at a brand-new V&An exhibit

Londoners will be able to get a reality peek of among Facebook's most ambitious projects to this day - a huge solar-powered drone - as it goes on display for the extremely first time.The airplane which Facebook thinks can bring internet access to remote regions worldwide, will form part of a significant brand-new exhibit on innovation and the future at the V&A. The plane, called Aquila and constructed in Somerset, will form part of the museum's

first exhibition focused on design, digital and architecture, that will highlight areas such as genetics, expert system, cryogenics and area exploration.More than 100 displays will check out the intersection of technology, science and art, and exactly what it suggests

for our sense of self, the public sphere, the world and even the after life, also penetrating visitors to think about the ethical implications.A laundry folding robotic designed by scientists at Berkeley university will likewise feature, as will a video of Apple creator Steve Jobs pitching the council to obtain permission for its giant new California headquarters, and a DNA testing kit from British startup Bento Laboratory that wishes to be the Raspberry Pi for genetics."From the very start, the V&A has promoted pioneering art, science, design and technology, "stated the museum's director Tristram Hunt. "Now in the midst of the digital revolution, this eagerly prepared for exhibition looks into our fast speeding up future of artificial intelligence, synthetic biology and space exploration. The V&A is taking live experiments about our future society from the studio and lab into the museum."The Future Starts Here exhibition, sponsored by Volkswagen and situated in the museum's brand-new ₤ 55m Sainsbury Gallery, will range from next May.< p itemprop =author itemscope itemtype=http://schema.org/Person > Lynsey Barber