Teleport to the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin using Google’s virtual reality viewer – Google Cardboard, and YouTube 360. – Narrated by Bettany Hughes
Video featured in the Google Arts & Culture Natural History exhibition.
Once there, encounter the Jurassic giant Giraffatitan, as it comes back to life before your eyes.
One of the tallest dinosaurs that ever lived – feel its footsteps make the glass in the dinosaur hall shudder. See its muscles, its movement and the texture of its skin, and learn all about how it lived.
With Google’s help, museums and cultural institutions all over the world have been able to open up their archives to millions of people who wouldn’t otherwise get the opportunity to visit.
The Art and Culture app combines the best Street View, VR and Photos collections from 1,000 museums, whether they’re focusing on famous art pieces or creatures that walked the Earth millions of years ago.
Today, the search giant has expanded its collection to include thousands of natural history exhibits, letting you walk (and swim) with dinosaurs and learn more about the worlds that time forgot.
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