Curiscope Virtuali-Tee T-shirt

£25.00 £18.00 Regular price
Rated 4.0 out of 5
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Take a look inside the human body with the Virtuali-Tee from Curiscope! The Virtuali-Tee is an augmented reality enabled t-shirt that brings anatomy to life when scanned with the free accompanying app.

By interacting with 'hotspots' on the t-shirt you can look inside your own body to see how it functions. Dive into the bloodstream, the lungs and the intestines in 360/VR mode whilst anatomy expert, Hans Glover, guides you through the vital organs in the body with interesting facts and fascinating images.

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Switch to selfie-mode to see inside your own body whilst wearing the tee or even use Chromecast or Airplay to mirror your mobile on the TV for group learning.

Compatible with operating systems iOS 8.3+ and Android 4.4.4+. The Virtuali-Tee is a unique design and made from high quality material. It is soft, durable and machine washable.

T-shirt sizing:

  • S: Half chest 48cm, Body Length 69.5cm
  • M: Half chest 51cm, Body Length 71.5cm
  • L: Half chest 54cm, Body Length 73.5cm
  • XL: Half chest 57cm, Body Length 75.5cm 
  • XXL: Half chest 60cm, Body Length 77.5cm


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product dimensions

S: Half chest 48 cm, Body Length 69.5 cm
\nM: Half chest 51 cm, Body Length 71.5 cm
\nL: Half chest 54 cm, Body Length 73.5 cm
\nXL: Half chest 57 cm, Body Length 75.5 cm 
\nXXL: Half chest 60cm, Body Length 77.5cm

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Fun educational and interactive T shirt

Haven’t unpacked yet as it’s a gift but have managed to use the app with the picture on the box. Love the graphics and the whole concept.

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