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September 15, 2019 - The Telegraph

Blue Planet cameraman says public should view remote wildlife locations through VR headsets

Blue Planet cameraman says public should view remote wildlife locations through VR headsets
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Sir David Attenborough's cameraman has said that the public should view rare wildlife in remote locations through virtual reality headsets to protect the planet.

Blue Planet cameraman Doug Allan has said that modern wildlife documentaries should embrace new technologies, such as virtual reality, to curb viewers from visiting the remote locations themselves.

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