iPad Application Forces BBC’s ‘Egypt’s Lost Cities’

iPad Application Forces BBC’s ‘Egypt’s Lost Cities’

Included in its lengthy term technique to advance using technology within its programmes, the BBC commissioned AlwaysOnMessage, a United kingdom-based Mobile Application Agency, to produce an iPad application for it’s latest the archaeology of gortyn show.

Egypt’s Lost Metropolitan areas, which used aerial the archaeology of gortyn to discover hidden treasures, used the Application to focus on finds and future digs within an interactive manner which comes naturally towards the iPad device.

Having a pioneering method of the archaeology of gortyn, the application supported they with features made to boost the historic experience including location photography, image carousels, 3D renders of dig sites and videos.

Peter Swain, Chief executive officer of AlwaysOnMessage, discusses the value of the application:

To date they, brought by Dr Sarah Parcak in the College of Alabama at Birmingham, have discovered 17 lost pyramids too 1,000 tombs and three,000 ancient settlements using satellite pictures of Egypt.

Within an interview, Dr Parcak commented around the finds to date:

Egypt’s Lost Metropolitan areas premiered on Monday 30 May on BBC One.

Download the entire BBC AoM Egypt’s Lost Metropolitan areas Pr Release.

Comments (1)

  • jjredfish

    In the last three quarte1, which included NO new iPhones, and at the end of their 2-year upgrade cycle, Apple sold a whopping 46 million iPhones per quarter (average), which = over 15 million iPhones sold per month.
    At a higher ASP, and a higher profit than any other phone.


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