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VR Forest: An Epic Quest!

Magura National Park is located in the south-east of Poland: between the Eastern and Western Carpathians. The majority of the Park is a forest. Its authorities wanted our VR/AR studio to develop a VR Forest experience, which let its visitors experience nature's beauty at night.


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Have fun exploring nature and the great outdoors with VR headset

This is an experience for those who love adventure without risk and curious people who want to explore another side of reality. Discover the lives and habits of common animals species from the Magura National Park’s area. Going on a nature walk at night means you'll see (and hear) lots of things that you wouldn't normally notice in the daylight. Such experience is extremely important for people living in urban areas (like big cities). Being close to nature reduces anger, fear, and stress and increases pleasant feelings. Calming, night scenery accelerates the positive effects.

  • No more packing. No more sleepless nights. No more cold, soaked wet feet. Enter the wild just by putting a VR headset on. Here and now.
  • Thanks to VR forest it is possible to spot and observe many wild animals in their natural habitat. You can also hear them or (with some luck) interact with them
  • VR forest teach everyone how to behave in the real one. You have to stay calm and do not make noise - just like in real life!
  • Our client is learning it’s visitors - especially the little ones - in an unforgettable way, spreading a passion to nature.

Man falls asleep, VR forest awakes

Watching wildlife at night opens up a whole new perspective on the subject and provides an introduction to new ways of experiencing habitats and the creatures that live in them. The sun goes down and VR forest awakes, making brave night owls discover unsuspected perspectives. The night is a perfect moment to approach the nearby nature through our less used senses - by replacing sight with hearing and smell.

Sadly, such adventure requires proper planning, i.e. collecting necessary equipment, set of permissions or information about the destination:

  • Packing yourself up costs a lot of time (and often money). Especially if you want to show a beautiful night scenery to group of kids or live far from the forest.
  • Most of the wild animals will usually run away from you as soon as they detect your presence
  • Being active at night exposures people to physical tiredness, causing sleep problems or other unpleasing effects
  • Museums have to follow the newest trends, promoting knowledge in the most exciting way possible
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The call of the VR forest

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