in the US
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related death among men and women in the US,1 and takes more lives than breast, prostate and colon cancers combined.2
An estimated 228,150 Americans
were diagnosed with lung cancer in 2019
– averaging more than 620 people
diagnosed a day.1
About The LungXperience
The LungXperience is a traveling, augmented reality exhibit designed to engage and empower the community to learn more about the newest advances in the fight against lung cancer.
The exhibit features a giant inflatable lung that visitors walk through while carrying smart devices that activate a series of interactive, educational modules that explain the stages of lung cancer to new treatments, and what advances may lie ahead.
Through education, we hope that people impacted by lung cancer can have informed discussions with their healthcare team. Education is vital to raising awareness about lung cancer and how new options are changing perceptions of diagnosis, and what it means to live with the disease.
TheLungXperience at Home
Download the AppAR8 augmented reality platform on your smartphone or tablet device.
Then open app to launch viewer. Once launched, point camera at AR image code to activate experience on your device screen.
(Hover over the map to see when we're coming to a city near you!)
(Tap the map to see when we're coming to a city near you!)
Houston Marathon Health & Fitness EXPO
George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, TX
Friday, January 17 –
Saturday, January 18
2020 Fight for Air Climb
AON Center, Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, May 2
Abbott Health & Fitness Expo
McCormick Place Convention Center, Chicago, IL
Friday, October 9 –
Saturday, October 10
The Villages Balloon Festival 2020
The Villages Polo Club, Central FL
Friday, February 7 –
Saturday, February 8
Bite of Seattle
Seattle Center, Seattle, WA
Friday, July 17 –
Saturday, July 19
Saturday, March 28
on the Road
The LungXperience roadshow is traveling across the US, offering the public and medical professionals an interactive and educational opportunity to learn more about lung cancer and the scientific advances being made to treat this disease.