RSPB Cymru sets off on tour of Wales with a mobile 3D screen

Emma Maier

RSPB Cymru is launching the world's first mobile 3D cinema this week to show viewers how the world appears through the eyes of a bird of prey.

The touring cinema, which is towed by a van, uses the latest in 3D graphics and surround sound technology.

The film takes viewers on a journey, soaring high above the landscape and weaving through the trees before a dramatic final pounce and the screech of the kill.

RSPB Cymru spokeswoman Sian Howell said: "We hope that the film will inspire people to look at the world around them in a completely new way."

The cinema, which was developed by Masters Exhibitions and Shows with the help of RSPB Cymru, was launched today in Cardiff Bay before setting off on a two-year tour of town centres, RSPB nature reserves, holiday parks and zoos across Wales.

The cinema can accommodate up to eight viewers at any one time, and the charity doesn't plan to charge an entry fee.

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