3D holograms created for North Yorks Moors National Park

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Animmersion in Middlesbrough has created a series of 3D holograms as part of an immersive, interactive experience at the North York Moors National Park.

The tablet-based app and animations will be added as part of the refurbishment of the visitor centre.

“The 3D holograms created by Animmersion bring a new, exciting dimension to the visitor experience at Danby.  It forms a key part of our refurbishment programme at the centre, which really enhances the Land of Iron project and the stunning North York Moors National Park landscape,” said Tom Mutton, Land of Iron programme manager at the North York Moors National Park.

The Land of Iron project is a programme of preservation and conservation of the main historic ironstone mining and pioneering railway sites within the park.

“We are proud to be able to transform the information within the digital assets generated by the North York Moors National Park’s team into immersive attractions, which will enhance the visitor experience at Danby,” added Dominic Lusardi, Owner and Managing Director of Animmersion.

“This is a great example of how we can apply our expertise for creating immersive experiences from an organisation’s digital information.  We have been successfully supporting industry with these solutions, for example bringing to life an underground network of pipelines to support engineer training, and are now applying our approach and technology to the leisure, cultural and heritage sectors.”

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