Intro: Combining cutting-edge graphics, created using real scan data, and state-of-the-art 360 filming techniques startling insights into the life of Judi’s oak are revealed and audiences are able to gain a new understanding of the trees within Judi Dench’s 6-acre garden. Travelling up the trunk and deep within the branches of Judi’s favourite oak tree, audiences learn how this incredible carbon capture machine is helping to save our planet.
Using an incredibly detailed 3D scan of Judi’s 200-year-old oak tree the team built a 360-degree journey through Judi’s most impressive oak, stripping it back to reveal each of its secrets. Viewers will see just how many leaves are on this one tree, an incredible 260,000 – the equivalent of three tennis courts. A remarkably clever algorithm instantly transforms the branches into measurable volumetric cylinders, measuring in at a staggering 25 tonnes and stretching a mind blowing 12km – over half the height of Mount Everest.
Comfort Level: Gentle
Internet connection: Not Required
Number of Players: Single Player
Genre: Non-interactive Experience
Space required: 4.44 GB
Supported Controllers: Oculus Go Controller
Age Rating: U
Price: £2.99 ($5)
Movement: Forward facing only
Playing Position: Sitting
Review: Being British I was raised to know Judi Dench is a national treasure and has earned the same amount of respect our own Queen should get! Sadly there is just no way I can respect this app. It's overpriced, too short and is desperate to ride on the pig tales of Dame Judith Dench's name. Well, let me tell you it doesn't get my respect and never would. Even if this was a free app I would be struggling to suggest you download it, but given its price, it is definitely best avoided.