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September 26, 2016 AT 11:00 am

Google Cardboard to Bring Dinosaurs to Life in Natural History Museums #VirtualReality

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Exciting news from VR Scout:

Google Cardboard has brought us in VR the closest thing to Jurassic Park yet. The newest feature of Google’s Arts & Culture app has added a giant swimming rhomaleosaurus to a 360º virtual tour of the Natural History Museum of London.

And it doesn’t stop with this 23-foot long aquatic predator. Google is already working with 50 natural history museums to bring 150 more enormous dinosaurs to life. So you can expect to see a lot more dinos before the year is up.

If terrifying carnivorous dinosaurs aren’t your thing, you can watch the grown-up version of Little Foot from Land Before Time — the gigantic herbivore giraffatitan — stomp around Berlin’s Museum für Naturkunde and knock down a tapestry.

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