Have you ever thought about being a wildlife scientist, studying animals in the 'field'? Ever wanted to know what it is really like to live in a hot jungle looking for the world's rarest apes?

Wildeverse brings the experience to your home and neighborhood. Through stunning augmented reality, put yourself in the footsteps of researchers in Indonesian Borneo and Congo studying Fio the orangutan, Chili the white bearded gibbon, Buka the lowland gorilla, and Aida the chimpanzee. Learn the authentic stories of the animals, the researchers, and the conservation challenges in these fragile habitats.

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Internet of Elephants

Internet of Elephants is a social enterprise based in Kenya and the United States. They are a collaboration of technologists, conservationists, educators, game designers, and strategists working together towards a stronger connection between people and wild animals.

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