MACAO SCIENCE CENTER WELCOMES A 3D T-REX, ORCA, POLAR BEAR AND OTHER CREATURES IN AUGMENTED REALITY BY INDE
INDE's giant-screen AR experiences have been launched at the Macao Science Center to complement the 52nd Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition. The Augmented Reality exhibit will be open to the public - immersing visitors in breathtaking 3D scenes - until March 2017.
The BroadcastAR system installed at the Science Center features various content packages such as Arctic Explorer, a polar experience that immerses people in the freezing arctic wilds and gets them up-close and personal with an orca, a polar bear and other photo-realistic 3D animals, and Traveller, an AR experience originally created for National Geographic, including an astronaut, a T-Rex and other amazing natural world content that educates viewers, while keeping them engaged and entertained.
UK company INDE has created the most realistic 3D animals ever made using Augmented Reality technology and given millions of museum, zoo, theme park and shopping mall visitors the unique opportunity to pet a leopard, meet life-sized dinosaurs and get splashed by orcas and dolphins, in hundreds of locations worldwide.
INDE currently operates in the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Budapest and Los Angeles. Since 2011 the company has built award-winning AR systems worldwide for clients such as National Geographic, Smithsonian Institution, Beijing Aquarium, Universal Studios, BBC, 20th Century Fox and Coca-Cola.