Wild Beauty invites users to experience Africa’s most majestic and endangered wild animals (the cheetah, elephant, giraffe, lion, pangolin, and rhinoceros), by bringing them into their world through Augmented Reality, and photograph them in action.
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At IoE we work to find new ways to bring the stories of wild animals to audiences around the world. One of the best ways to do that is still the age-old way: a human sitting down to share their story with a group of willing listeners. These are some of our favourite podcasts on animals, as told by producers, reporters and scientists who excel in the art of story.
This spring, our preview app Safari Central hit the 100,000 downloads milestone. We celebrated with a short video of a small selection of the amazing images players have shared with us in the past year.
IoE founder and National Geographic Explorer Gautam Shah spoke at the National Geographic Explorers Festival in London earlier this year about the importance of connecting audiences with conservation on their own terms.
What are a game developer and a data scientist doing together in a Bornean rainforest, you might wonder? In the past year and a half, we have been working towards a full Augmented Reality location-based game to support conservation, getting the financing, our team and conservation partnerships in place. The first instalment of the game will feature apes, and how can we create a game about their every-day lives and what it takes to conserve their habitats, without having experienced it ourselves?