World-leading creative, technology and scientific organisations to use power of 5G to deliver an Augmented Reality Experience inspired by The Green Planet, with funding from Government’s 5G Create competition

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The Natural History Museum and Science Museum Group partner to support the launch of free cutting-edge apps for children, in innovative response to coronavirus.


Two augmented reality mobile apps give access to fun science-based learning about dinosaurs and robots from home.  

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Seven leading British organisations from the fields of culture, entertainment and education have announced a pioneering collaboration which plans to reimagine the museum visits of the future using storytelling and cutting-edge virtual technology. The newly created consortium, which is being majority funded by a grant from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), will create immersive experiences in which exhibits come to life, allowing visitors to have exciting, interactive encounters with, for example, robots or dinosaurs.

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