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Take a virtual trip to see bones that are shaking up ourfamilytree. Experience the South African cave where a team ledbyinternationally acclaimed paleoanthropologist Prof LeeBergerdiscovered Homo naledi, a new species of ancient humanrelative.DinalediVR brings the Virtual Reality Dinaledi Experiencebeyondthe walls of the Perot Museum and features sixscientistsdescribing the cave in their native languages. Developedby thePerot Museum in collaboration with Groove Jones and theUniversityof Witwatersrand (South Africa), the Virtual RealityDinalediExperience is a key exhibit within the Museum's Being HumanHallwhich invites guests to explore content focused on researchanddiscovers spanning from the days of early ancestry, tomodern-daycharacteristics, to the scientific breakthroughs of localNobelPrize Laureates. Learn about human history through the fossilsourpredecessors left behind. The discovery – named Homo naledi –wasnew to science. The species has some physical characteristicsthatare very human-like and others that resemble our moreancientancestors. Fossils from the find date between 336,000 and230,000years old. The newly named Homo naledi was unearthed throughthecollaboration of nearly 150 scientists from all over the worldledby paleoanthropologist Dr. Lee Berger. The fossils theteamdiscovered were unlike any others that had been discoveredbefore.Scientists went on an incredible expedition deep into thecavesystem to recover more than 1,500 fossil bones belonging toatleast 15 individuals - exceeding any other human ancestor siteinAfrica. Berger himself never took a trip into the cave.Thisdiscovery that dominated world headlines in science wasexcavatedby a team of six "underground astronauts,"paleoanthropologists andarchaeologists who were able and willing topass through an 18cmgap to get to the dig site. The fearless teamhave shed light onthe origins and diversity of the human genus aswell as the wayearly human and hominin evolution is understood. Thejourneycontinues as teams are still excavating and exploringundergroundwhile colleagues are busy analyzing the fossils in thelab. Moreinformation about the cave exploration experience can befound atperotmuseum.org/DinalediVR. The Center for the Explorationof theHuman Journey created this proof-of-concept VR experience intheDinaledi Chamber to inspire diverse publics to engage withscience,exploration, and discovery.

App Information Perot Museum Virtual Reality Dinaledi Experience

  • App Name
    Perot Museum Virtual Reality Dinaledi Experience
  • Package Name
    com.groovejones.perotvr
  • Updated
    October 11, 2018
  • File Size
    24M
  • Requires Android
    Android 5.1 and up
  • Version
    1.0
  • Developer
    Groove Jones
  • Installs
    10+
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Educational
  • Developer
  • Google Play Link

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Take a virtual trip to see bones that are shaking up ourfamilytree. Experience the South African cave where a team ledbyinternationally acclaimed paleoanthropologist Prof LeeBergerdiscovered Homo naledi, a new species of ancient humanrelative.DinalediVR brings the Virtual Reality Dinaledi Experiencebeyondthe walls of the Perot Museum and features sixscientistsdescribing the cave in their native languages. Developedby thePerot Museum in collaboration with Groove Jones and theUniversityof Witwatersrand (South Africa), the Virtual RealityDinalediExperience is a key exhibit within the Museum's Being HumanHallwhich invites guests to explore content focused on researchanddiscovers spanning from the days of early ancestry, tomodern-daycharacteristics, to the scientific breakthroughs of localNobelPrize Laureates. Learn about human history through the fossilsourpredecessors left behind. The discovery – named Homo naledi –wasnew to science. The species has some physical characteristicsthatare very human-like and others that resemble our moreancientancestors. Fossils from the find date between 336,000 and230,000years old. The newly named Homo naledi was unearthed throughthecollaboration of nearly 150 scientists from all over the worldledby paleoanthropologist Dr. Lee Berger. The fossils theteamdiscovered were unlike any others that had been discoveredbefore.Scientists went on an incredible expedition deep into thecavesystem to recover more than 1,500 fossil bones belonging toatleast 15 individuals - exceeding any other human ancestor siteinAfrica. Berger himself never took a trip into the cave.Thisdiscovery that dominated world headlines in science wasexcavatedby a team of six "underground astronauts,"paleoanthropologists andarchaeologists who were able and willing topass through an 18cmgap to get to the dig site. The fearless teamhave shed light onthe origins and diversity of the human genus aswell as the wayearly human and hominin evolution is understood. Thejourneycontinues as teams are still excavating and exploringundergroundwhile colleagues are busy analyzing the fossils in thelab. Moreinformation about the cave exploration experience can befound atperotmuseum.org/DinalediVR. The Center for the Explorationof theHuman Journey created this proof-of-concept VR experience intheDinaledi Chamber to inspire diverse publics to engage withscience,exploration, and discovery.
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