CAIRO, Nov. 7 (SEE)- This year visitors of the World Travel Market London (WTM) 2018 had an exceptional technological experience at the Egyptian Pavilion that showcased a wired frame statue of King Ramses II.
Visitors embarked on an Augmented Reality tour to Egypt in which they were well briefed of what to expect as a tourist and introduced to the main touristic attractions the country beholds.
The pavilion also exhibited a hologram of Pharaonic King Tutankhamun’s golden mask as well as his throne.
Virtual Reality (VR) immersive experience were also implemented to put visitors face to face with breathtaking destinations of the Red Sea and Sinai using 360 VR Headsets.
Short films featuring the renowned Archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass reviewing the Egyptian civilization and publicizing the Great Egyptian Museum (GEM) were also displayed.
Tourism Minister Rania Al-Mashat inaugurated the pavilion on November 6th in line with the ministry’s scheme to flourish the tourism sector.
WTM is an annual vibrant travel industry exhibition that hosts people from all over the globe to review all about the tourism sector; innovations and opportunities.