The 14 innovational exhibitions focusing on the human body will run throughout Ramadan will be displayed at Katara's buildings: 18, 19, 13, 22, and 3.
The 3D exhibitions will focus on specific human organs such as: heart, eyes, teeth, blood arteries, bones, and finger prints. In addition, these exhibitions identify the functions of each human organ while stating a verse from the Quran identifying God's miracles in human creation. Other exhibitions on teeth, skin and nutrition will also be welcoming Katara visitors during Ramadan Festival.
Speaking on the occasion, the General Manager of the Cultural Village Foundation- Katara, HE Dr. Khalid Bin Ibrahim Al-Sulaiti said: "Our program this season entitled "Human Creation in the Holy Quran", highlights: God's endless miracles to grant our visitors the opportunity to contemplate and think about the greatness of one of God's creation, the creation of human beings and mankind whom God shouldered him the responsibility to build planet earth and a diverse and innovational array of activities."
"These exhibitions offer a unique and an interactive technique, where an exclusive feature is present throughout the exhibitions where visitors will be able to view the human organ in a 3D perspective through the installation of a mobile application called: Augment which can be downloaded on Android and Apple cellphones. The exhibition aims for a simplified explanation of the human organs directed to visitors, in particular children." Added the General Manager of Katara.
It is noteworthy that for the first time in the Middle-Eastern region, all exhibitions will use the 3D technology, and a number of professional and medical experts will be available to interact with the public and offer the best and latest health tips. These exhibitions will be held in cooperation with Al-Naseem and Tadawi Medical centers, which will continue to receive guests on a daily basis from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm and from 7:00 pm – 12:00 am.
Other interactive shows will include 7D cinema theatre displays where movies and documentary films focused on the human body and organs, which will occur at the Amphitheatre and will run from 7 pm until 11:30 pm. Other activities include: a workshop to create hand sculpture with wax will also be available for attendees who will have the chance to place their hand print on a panel at building 13.
In addition, Katara will have the Iftar Cannon on a daily basis along with Al-Mesahar and the festive activities, Islamic lectures, interactive workshops and informative exhibitions. Finally, the Cultural Village Foundation- Katara hopes that the program assigned for this Ramadan will be beneficial and entertaining for everyone.