Andy Duckworth attended the premier of the Natural History Museum's interactive film Who Do You Think You Are? with some of the most unforgiving critics around: 60 schoolchildrenOne moment you're being guided through the basics of evolution by the comforting presence of Sir David Attenborough, the next, a dinosaur prances across the empty space in front of you.The magic is augmented reality, a technology that blends CGI graphics and a live video stream. The Natural History Museum is claiming it as a first for any museum.The new interactive film Who Do You Think You Really Are? opens to the public today and takes the audience on a journey back through their evolutionary past. As well as the animated Coelophysis, other stars of the show include Homo erectus strolling along a virtual catwalk, and an intricate tree of life with roots sprawling from the lighting rig to the floor.Each seat in...
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