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.
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At Internet of Elephants, we are developing games to make wildlife a part of daily life for millions of people around the world. We love discovering other games, apps and initiatives created by like minded people who share the same mission. Here is a list of some of my favorite nature and wildlife apps, that I believe more people should try!
Today, we are launching the preview app of our full game, Safari Central! Safari Central uses data from animal protection organisations to create Augmented Reality (AR) versions of real animals including elephants, jaguars, and lemurs, in a free app that players download to their phones.
With the craze around Pokémon Go in 2016 and the recent release of Apple’s AR Kit, augmented reality is coming out of the shadow of its sexier twin, virtual reality. The opportunities for using AR to engage audiences with wildlife conservation are limitless, and we'd love to give you a behind-the-scenes look on what it takes to bring Lola the Rhino to life in your phone.