Named the Stories Come Alive Room, storytellers need only say the word for images to be projected onto walls. It is voice activated, though it can also be controlled using a tablet.
The library, which reopens on July 1, also has two new wings - one for children, where the storytelling space is located, and one for adults and teens, which houses discussion areas and a reading lounge.
Other libraries in Singapore have also been pushing out new attractions to cater to their target audience. Here are five such libraries:
1. Tween area in Sengkang
A National Library Board (NLB) spokesman said this was to "sustain children's reading interests as they transit into their teens".
2. Container library with children's books in Punggol
Recently dubbed Singapore's baby town, Punggol has a temporary library made of cargo containers which opened last October.
Around two-thirds of the 2,000 books in the community library are aimed at children and teenagers.
The container library, situated near Punggol Walk, will be there until 2018, and a public library will open around two years later in 2020.
3. Large-print books for seniors in Bedok
A seniors' space will be added when Bedok Public Library reopens in the last quarter of this year.
NLB said it will be a comfortable place for senior readers to meet, learn new skills and take part in activities together.
Large-print books will be made available so that seniors can read more easily.
4. Creative space for "tinkerers" in Tampines
The regional library will reopen in the third quarter of this year with "maker space" that allows visitors to get creative.
The space will be located on a volunteer-run floor with 3D printers and collaborative work spaces. NLB said "tinkerers" can experiment and create prototypes.
The library's revamp reportedly also sets up smart work centres, providing resources such as Wi-Fi, meeting rooms and video-conferencing services.
5. Facilities for teens in Pasir Ris
Pasir Ris Public Library focuses on teenagers, and has introduced a Teens' Mezzanine "as the population in the area has matured and there is a higher proportion of teens and working adults", said an NLB spokesman.
The library also has a virtual white board where visitors can "write" creatively with their fingers - known as a digital doodle wall.
It reopened in November 2015.