T-REX REVEALED

THE AUGMENTED REALITY EXPERIENCE

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Welcome to the world’s first ‘invisible’ dinosaur exhibition! No bones, no fossils, a pure immersive augmented reality (AR) experience as we debunk myths and reveal what is actually known about the most famous carnivorous dinosaur, T-Rex.

Blurring the line between what’s real and what’s computer generated, we bring you right into the world of dinosaurs, as you discover fascinating facts about how the T-Rex lived, played and fought for dominance some 66 million years ago.

T-Rex Revealed comprises the main exhibition and four mini exhibition stations. Simply download the app by visiting your app store or use the tablets provided to go on a myth-busting journey with us! You can even experience part of the exhibition with the app in your own home.

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If your device does not lead you directly to your app store by clicking on the icons above then please search for the app directly within your chosen store.

MAIN EXHIBITION: T-REX MYTHS

T-Rex Revealed comprises the main exhibition where we debunk long held myths about tyrannosaurs like T-Rex. In addition there are also 4 mini AR stations that surround the main exhibition which reveal things you probably never knew about tyrannosaurs.

DID YOU KNOW?

Interested to learn more? Join the Dino Academy and find out everything you ever need to know about dinosaurs with our resident Dino Experts.

"T-Rex was a killing machine with teeth like steak knives. Their strong and serrated teeth allowed them to easily chomp through the flesh and bone of any prey"

"T-Rex had one of the most powerful bites of any creature that walked the planet. Scientists believe T-Rex could bite down on its prey with a force about three and a half times greater than the strongest bite of its distant modern relative, the saltwater crocodile"

"T-Rex was covered in feathers! All tyrannosaurs are thought to have had feathers covering their bodies to varying degrees. Just like the Chinese tyrannosaurs Dilong and Yutyrannus."

"T-Rex was one of the most terrifying meat-eaters to have ever lived, but it wasn’t the biggest. At approximately 12m long and 4m tall, it weighed around 7-18 metric tons"

"T-Rex didn't live for long but they grew fast! T-Rex probably lived until they were about 25 years old, but to reach their massive size, they had to put on about 2kg each day!"

DINO ACADEMY

Nat Geo’s Dino Academy provides unique learning resources and experiences to enhance the understanding of the exhibition for parents, children, families and schools. All materials are available for free, click the below links for downloads.

GUIDED TOURS

Let our Dino Experts take you, your friends and family or your school on a guided tour. Book this amazing, free guided experience now with a host venue closest to you.

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WORKSHOPS

Learn more about the amazing world in which dinosaurs lived by attending one of our learning and discussion workshops. Scheduled workshops are run by our resident dinosaur experts.

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WORKSHEETS

NatGeo’s Dino Academy provides unique learning resources to enhance everyone’s experience of the exhibition. Family and school groups can download our learning materials for free.

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Entertainment

Get up close and personal with your favorite dinosaurs as they eat, drink and fight! In the most realistic 3D experience to date, ‘Back to the Jurassic’ features nine different life-sized dinosaurs in full soundscape for a unique interactive experience.

Continue your dinosaur adventure by visiting our Dino ‘Pop Up’ Store which is filled with scientifically accurate dinosaur toys and replicas. Over a hundred different dinosaur items to choose from!

SPONSORS AND PARTNERS

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TOUR DATES

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China Tour

Grand Gateway 66, Shanghai
Oct 1 to 16, 2015
Center 66, Wuxi
Oct 20 to Nov 15, 2015
Forum 66, Shenyang
Nov 19 to Dec 7, 2015
Guangdong Science Centre, Guangdong
Dec 16, 2015 to Feb 14, 2016
Parc 66, Jinan
Feb 23- Mar 21, 2016
Olympia 66, Dalian
Mar 25 – Apr 24, 2016
Riverside 66, Tianjin
Apr 28- May 27, 2016

Hong Kong &
S.E. Asia Tour

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Hong Kong

Singapore

Malaysia

Indonesia