Make your next health fair one that visitors will always remember with the AmeriBrain exhibit.
The human brain is the most complex organ of the human body. The designers and doctors at Interactive Exhibits have come together to create the world’s most accurate walk through brain exhibit. We worked with world renowned neurosurgeons to get a peek inside the human brain.
When we decided to create a brain exhibit, there were a few mandatory items that we felt were important to include in the exhibit. We wanted to show all the parts of the brain and allow visitors to feel different areas of the brain. One of the areas of focus in the exhibit is stroke. The AmeriBrain contains an Ischemic stroke (clots) and a Hemorrhagic stroke stroke (Brian bleed). The blockage in the ischemic stroke is represented visually by using red and blue colors to represent oxygenated blood and deoxygenated blood. We also incorporated a hard sponge material inside the vessel so visitors can actually touch the blockage in the ischemic stroke.
Another area that is emphasized in the brain exhibit is cancer. A world renowned brain cancer surgeon helped design the AmeriBrain exhibit. We intended to create a glioblastoma cancer cluster and we were instructed to make it look gnarly.
The area of the AmeriBrain with epilepsy is something to be seen. We use lights to show a normal neuron firing and right below it shows a seizure where the neuron is firing uncontrollably. Interactive Exhibits is fortunate to partner each year with Epilepsy Awareness Day at Disneyland, where epilepsy patients and their families can learn about new treatments and enjoy a day at Disneyland.
Other areas of the AmeriBrain show concussion, Aneurysm, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease. The exhibit also has color coded areas of the brain that shows language, speech, hearing, movement, touch, personality and more.