Mount Rushmore Virtual Tour +3

Back in the later part of April I went to the TIE Conference is South Dakota.  As I was circle around the vendors I notice a very neat cardboard cut out of a mountain.  I started to talk with Blain Kortemeyer, the Deputy Director of Education at Mount Rushmore National Memorial, and he gave me a card with a QR code.  I scanned the code and the Mount Rushmore Virtual Tour app began to download.  This app was made by CyArk and is so neat!  These apps are awesome and have tons of content that is easily understandable to anyone, elementary students and up.  Also, plan to check out the Mount Rushmore National Memorial website as this too is a great FREE resource!  Find more recommended virtual field trips and tours here.

Just click on the image below to found out more about it app.

 

Mount Rushmore Virtual Tour – FREE

Explore the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in an interactive, self-guided tour through this offical National Park Service app. Visit the U.S. Monument known as the Shrine of Democracy and explore the mountain sculpture up-close, including the hidden Hall of Records behind the presidents–complete with narration, immersive 360° images, maps, 3D laser scans and illustrations.

 

Fort Laramie – FREE

Full virtual access to the famous fur trading post and later military fort located at the junction of the Laramie and North Platte Rivers in Wyoming. Now a National Park Service Historic Site, Fort Laramie provided a welcome respite for trappers, missionaries, emigrants and Pony Express riders following the Oregon Trail. Witness the evolution of this strategic frontier outpost from fur trading post to military outpost. Take an interactive, narrated virtual tour through immersive 360° images. Explore 3D reconstructions of the fort in the 1800’s and experience 3D laser scans of the fort as it exists today. Videos, photos, maps, drawings, and illustrations let you virtually experience one of the most memorable historic sites in the American West.

 

Titanic Database – $0.99

Virtually explore the ship through a 3D view of the decks. Float through the wreckage of the ship guided by James Cameron’s video footage. Hear the stories of survivors and discover embedded historic photographs and dive footage geo-located on the decks of the ship.

 

San Antonio Missions Virtual Tour – $2.99Visit five National Park Service historic sites–Mission Concepción, Mission Espada, Mission San José, Mission SanJuan, and the Espada Aqueduct–complete with narration, immersive 360° images, maps, 3D laser scans and illustrations.

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