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October 24th, 2012 3 comments

Doctor Who Augmented Reality A3 Poster

Doctor Who Augmented Reality A3 Poster – BBC Shop Exclusive

Bring your favourite monsters to life – in your bedroom!

The world of Doctor Who comes alive in your room with these 3 x A3 large wall sticker sheets. These stickers will look pretty cool for a bedroom wall already, but point your smartphone or tablet at the large image on each sheet and you will see them literally come alive.

Confront the Doctor’s greatest adversary, the Dalek, in your own room.

Summon the chilling Cybermen and hear their chilling voice echo round your walls.

And when it all gets too much, open the doors of The TARDIS and peak inside.

Carefully cut around each image, apply to a flat surface and they will stick in seconds, wherever you want – to walls, windows or any smooth surface. These are removable so you can peel off and compose a new scene time and time again!

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  • RunAndRemember Innes

    October 24th, 2012 - 10:21pm

    I saw 4 of these 3D posters on Tumblr, one with the Tardis Crew, One with 2 Silence from The Wedding of River Song, one with the Astronaut in the lake firing a bolt, and a Cyberman one from Closing Time! They were animated so you would see what they looked like, and they looks really nice! Heres a link to them! 🙂

    • Anonymous

      October 24th, 2012 - 10:56pm

      They were in the series box set last year.

    • McGann is The Doctor

      October 29th, 2012 - 4:38pm

      I got that yesterday for my birthday !

      You can still get them off amazon.

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