The Dragon Brothers books now have augmented reality - just download the free app AR Reads!


The Dragon Brothers Trilogy has gone digital in a spectacular way.

The much-loved maps on the end papers of each book now have augmented reality content. Rather than us trying to explain it, take a look at the video below. If you're keen to try it out, download 'AR Reads' from the App Store or Google Play (it's free) and try it out for yourself!

PLEASE NOTE: The app Peekavu used to host this content. Now that has changed - please download the app AR Reads - available on the App Store or on Google Play.



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