LungXperience features 14-foot-tall, 9-foot-wide inflatable lungs that visitors can walk through while carrying smart devices triggering a series of interactive modules.
The AmeriBreasts exhibit travelled to Ohio last week for a fun but educational event called SOMC’s A-Maze-ingly Pink. The event included a maze with Pink hay where visitors learned more about breast health and at the exit walked through the breast cancer exhibit. Kids and adults loved the integration of the maze and the exhibit […]
Recently the AmeriLungs + Heart exhibit visited the T’it’q’et First Nation in Lillooet, British Columbia, Canada. This is our third engagement with the T’it’q’et First Nation. The other visits to Lilloeet we brought the AmeriHeart and AmeriBrain exhibits. For this visit with the lung and heart exhibit, children loved running around the exhibit all while […]
A great annual event that featured the AmeriBrain exhibit in 2018. Attendees learned about their brains and epilepsy at the expo. Visitors could also attend Disneyland and enjoy the park with their family and friends.
Source: Team HPMC Earns Award at DOE Health & Safety EXPO
NewsChannel 13’s Benita Zahn learns about the lungs at Journey Through The Body inside Crossgates Mall. Source: Journey Through The Body: Learning about the lungs | WNYT.com
The AmeriBrain exhibit went to the greatest place on earth, Disneyland! The 6th annual Epilepsy Awareness Day at Disneyland was held in Nov. 2018. This years event boasted over 3400 registered guests, 120 exhibitors and over 100 Epilepsy professionals. The AmeriBrain exhibit with its interactive light feature that represents an epileptic seizure was a big […]
Have you ever wondered how your heart and brain work — and how they talk to each other in the name of your health? This is the question that Novant Health answered by hosting a recent health fair in Winston Salem, North Carolina featuring an inflatable heart and an inflatable brain exhibit. Visitors could walk […]
Recently the AmeriBrain inflatable brain exhibit travelled to Mission Viejo for an important cause. Mission Hospital held a stroke awareness event at the Shops at Mission Viejo. Visitors were able to walk inside an inflatable brain, meet with the Mission Hospital Neuroscience team, and take part in blood pressure screenings. [masterslider id=”16″]
The 2018 edition of the Houston Mayor’s Back to School Festival took place at the George R. Brown convention center. Over 25,000 people attended the event that provided students with free medical services and school supplies. The inflatable lungs and heart exhibit, the AmeriLungs + Heart exhibit was on hand for the event courtesy of the […]