Dubai: For the past five years, Dubai’s planar projections have played a major role in attracting international visitors to the city, which is now home to the world’s largest international airport.
But this year, the projectors, which were once a hallmark of the country’s tourism industry, have been rendered obsolete by the rapid development of the new Dubai World Expo 2020, which will be held from February 26 to March 2.
Dubai’s plans to host the event were initially criticised by the International Convention Centre, which runs the Convention Centre of the Americas, a convention centre in Miami.
In a statement, the ICA said that the planar projectors were being replaced with a “planar projection system”.
The ICA also cited the lack of an airport at the heart of the project, which it described as a “serious oversight”.
The airport, which had been a hub for air travel in the city before the event, was demolished in a “disaster”.
The convention centre, which has been the subject of a number of controversies since its opening in 2013, said it would “consider all options” if the planars are not restored.
It has since been announced that the convention centre has partnered with Dubai World to launch a new programme called the Dubai World Airport Planar Projector (DWPAP) to make its projection system more viable.
The DWPAP, which uses the same projection technology as the ICP, is set to run for three years.
However, the convention center said it was considering cancelling the programme if the projector is not restored by the end of 2019.
According to Dubai World, the DWPap will allow visitors to visit the World Expo in Dubai, which was held in 2014.
Dubailand, Malaysia and Singapore will also be part of the programme.