NeutrinoScope 4+

Bring neutrinos alive with AR‪!‬

Cambridge Consultants

    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings
    • Free



Without us knowing it, billions of very small, almost weightless particles are passing through and travelling around us every second - they are called neutrinos! Using augmented reality (AR), NeutrinoScope gives us a glimpse into a world where we can see the invisible and learn all about these peculiar particles.

NeutrinoScope has been designed for all types of users, from people with a deep interest in science or those just curious about the world around them, to teachers looking for an exciting way to educate others in physics. NeutrinoScope creates a real-world visualisation of neutrinos, enabling users to learn key facts about their properties and sources.

By combining expertise from Durham University’s internationally renowned Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology with Cambridge Consultants’ leading skills in technology and software development, we’ve created a hugely interactive app to increase engagement and education in this important field of study.

In-depth educational storytelling experience about particle physics
“Interact” mode with augmented reality objects showing neutrino emission
“Explore” mode showing the neutrino sources in the real world around us

What’s New

Version 1.4.9

Bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

S.T.J.M. ,

Found a power station in the pub

Good times

LOGmachine ,

The best Neutrino AR App in the universe

Incredible scenes - watch out for the supernova.
I learnt so much. Who knew about the bananas?

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