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Virtual Reality at Festival of Nature 2019!

Posted On: 5 Jun 2019   |   Posted By: Bristol Natural History Consortium

Virtual Reality at Festival of Nature 2019!

Come face-to-face with wildlife in virtual reality this weekend!
The Festival will host an exclusive talk from two of the leading lights in VR film-making, as Mitch Turnbull and Emma Hughes from Limina Immersive will kick-off the free talks tent at 11.30am on Sunday 9 June.
Visitors to the Festival of Nature will also be able to see wildlife from a whole new perspective this weekend, as Limina Immersive will be screening a number of thought-provoking and beautiful films in virtual reality.
Anyone interested in watching a show will be able to take the short trip to Limina Immersive's VR Theatre on the Harbourside, with screenings of Wilderness: Our Very Human Impact and Ocean, Body and Mind available at a discounted rate for festival-goers.
From a Kenyan elephant sanctuary to the Hoh Rain Forest in the northwest United States, via wolves in southern Ethiopia, Wilderness: Our Very Human Impact allows audiences to come face-to-face with incredible animals and environments that we are in grave danger of losing...

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