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Lanchester Interactive Archive pop-up library tour

20th December 2017


This winter the Lanchester Interactive Archive is coming to a library near you with our pop-up display, introductory sessions with our augmented reality app and games.
From December we will be at the follow libraries around Coventry:

Experience a piece fo the archive in your local library

Come along between 12-2pm on the first day of the tour in your library for a special introductory hands-on session. Don’t worry if you miss it though,as you’ll be able to borrow a tablet or download the app for free onto your own phone or tablet.
You can also download and play some fun engineering games and find out more about Fred Lanchester and his remarkable collection of sketchbooks, notebooks, patents, blueprints, photographs and correspondence.
And if you enjoy your taste of the LIA and want to find out more, including jumping in our real Lanchester car, then you can visit the space 7 days a week in Coventry University’s Library.
 

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