Saudi Government Plans to Provide View of ‘Hajra e Aswad’ at home Through VR

 

Saudi Government Plans to Provide View of ‘Hajra e Aswad’ at home Through VR

Saudi Government Plans to Provide View of ‘Hajra e Aswad’ at home Through VR

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, led by King Muhammad bin Salman, has launched a virtual reality initiative to allow citizens to experience the "Hajra e Aswad" at home (VR). Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, the chief of the administration of the two holy places, inaugurated this big project, according to Shawwan Al-Harmain.

 

Umm Al-Qura University, a prestigious Saudi institution, partnered with us on the initiative. To top it all off, the project was unveiled as part of a digital display called the "Medina Project," which features virtual tours of both Masjid-ul-Haram and Masjid-e-Nabawi.

 

Saudi Government Plans to Provide View of ‘Hajra e Aswad’ at home Through VR

 

While it is true that people throughout the world will not be able to see the Hajra e Aswad in virtual form immediately, the project is expected to expand and be made public eventually.

 

At home, viewers of 'Hajar Aswad' will be required to see the film using virtual reality headsets. People would be able to see and touch the 'Hajra e Aswad' in virtual reality under the project, according to the organisers of the two sacred sanctuaries.

Though plans have been established for the general public to profit from a virtual Black Stone, it is too early in the process to say how long it will take.

 

Saudi Arabia's virtual exhibitions in Makkah and Madinah would feature the "Hajra e Aswad," according to the first proposal. However, it is too early to give a definitive statement about the project's completion time. Regardless, this is wonderful news for Muslims around the world.

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