VisitScotland launches virtual reality tours of Scots landmarks

A host of Scotland’s best-known visitor attractions and historic landmarks have been turned into virtual reality experiences for a new mobile phone app.

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24/03/2017

Would-be visitors will be able to explore Edinburgh Castle. the National Museum of Scotland, the Forth Bridges, the Kelpies, Eilean Donan Castle, Glasgow Cathedral and the Glenfinnan Viaduct thanks to the latest technological innovation from VisitScotland.

It has joined forces with a team from Edinburgh Napier University and the leading digital agency Whitespace to design the app, which the tourism agency hopes will help attract people to holiday in Scotland for the first time.

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For the full article visit the Scotsman website.