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As a method of communicating complex scientific information, Virtual Reality (VR) technology is now surprisingly accessible and ripe with potential. For science communicators, it's an exciting technology. Users can change perspective, seeing otherwise hidden creatures like invertebrates in new ways for instance; or users can access objects in 3D, like rare fossils, that they would never normally be allowed to see up-close. Plus, heck, it's fun! In the past year I've been using the software package Unity to build 3D experiences and Android apps for use by schools and exhibition visitors, to communicate scientific messages in novel ways, including those outlined above. This year, my clients ha

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