The first augmented reality park in America opened its doors in Mexico

There are 10 different experiences that this virtual reality park offers with the help of special viewers, from which you can visit the space in the comfort of the seat of a rocket or submerge yourself in the depths of the ocean in a submarine.

The first augmented reality park in America, Nat Geo Utimate Explorer opened its doors in Mexico. Photo: Nat Geo Ultimate Explorer
The first augmented reality park in America, Nat Geo Utimate Explorer opened its doors in Mexico. Photo: Nat Geo Ultimate Explorer

National Geographic has led the world of research and exploration of the planet for more than 130 years, with photographs, videos and amazing articles on wildlife, space travel, technology, traditions, and culture. Now more than ever, we can feel part of the investigation thanks to the opening of the Nat Geo Ultimate Explorer Mexico.

The first augmented reality park of National Geographic in America has opened its doors in Metepec, State of Mexico, specifically in Town Square.

Nat Geo Ultimate Explorer, is a space where you can enter the world of research through different activities, all according to a profile that you must create before starting the adventure for the place; in this profile you must choose what kind of researcher you are from more than a thousand options, such as astronaut, anthropologist, paleontologist or oceanographer, to name a few.

There are 10 different experiences that this virtual reality park offers with the help of special viewers, from which you can visit the space in the comfort of the seat of a rocket or, submerge yourself in the depths of the ocean in a submarine; be surrounded by sharks, seals and even chat with a panda, dance and take photos in the jungle or explore fossils of dinosaurs.

True to its mission to promote knowledge and the improvement of the planet, within the park you can participate in recycling workshops or even mini-courses so you can learn how to program a real robot and then check your work by watching their movements.

The schedule of the park is from Monday to Sunday and the entrance costs are 99 pesos for children from 85 centimeters to one meter and 295 pesos per adult.

via Press release

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