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Maharishi Tower of Invincibility to offer interactive knowledge exhibitions
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29 September 2010
A special feature of the Maharishi Towers of Invincibility will be interactive exhibitions of the knowledge of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Speaking on a video prepared for the 50th anniversary* of the Transcendental Meditation Programme in Germany, Dr Volker Schanbacher, Minister of Education of the Global Country of World Peace, highlighted several of the exhibitions.
Standard 50-inch (127 cm) high-definition screens will display video animations or charts that visitors can enjoy in an interactive format, he said. This could include 'thumbnails' that are magnified by a mouse or touch-screen, allowing guests to select areas of knowledge.
Each thumbnail would be transformed into a chart when selected on the 'wall of knowledge', Dr Schanbacher said.**
In addition to the electronic displays, there will be other displays allowing visitors to scroll through up to 80 posters with the press of a button. These charts will offer more information in a larger format than can be seen on the high-definition screens, he said.
The displays will be vertical so that they are easier to read, Dr Schanbacher commented.
The exhibition rooms will be about about five metres by eight metres—a little smaller at higher levels—and there could be seating for visitors at the back of each room. There could also be a table with books for visitors to peruse.
In the centre of the room a model of the Maharishi Samadhi Smarak could be displayed, he said.
In the coming days Global Good News will feature more special features of the Tower of Invincibility, including a state-of-the-art digital planetarium.
* Please also see other Global Good News articles about the Golden Jubilee celebrations in Germany: Celebrating 50 years of Transcendental Meditation in Germany, Germany: Large groups of Yogic Flyers to create peace, harmony, progress, and Tower of Invincibility planned for Germany during Golden Jubilee celebrations.
** Dr Schanbacher's report was featured on the 29 September 2010 Maharishi Global Family Chat, broadcast daily via Internet webcast on the Maharishi Channel, Channel 3.
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