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Nanny McPhee Blu-Ray (Augmented Reality Edition) new/sealed, free P&P £1.99 @ thegamebooth/eBay
Nanny McPhee Blu-Ray (Augmented Reality Edition) new/sealed, free P&P £1.99 @ thegamebooth/eBay

Nanny McPhee Blu-Ray (Augmented Reality Edition) new/sealed, free P&P £1.99 @ thegamebooth/eBay

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This seems like a reasonably decent price for this. I've not seen it yet, so can't comment on the film itself, but at a couple of quid it's possibly worth a punt.

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I don't know about the Augmented Reality Version, but I've seen Nanny McPhee loads of time with my three children - it's a wonderful family film.

Thanks - ordered. X

Curlynob

I don't know about the Augmented Reality Version, but I've seen Nanny … I don't know about the Augmented Reality Version, but I've seen Nanny McPhee loads of time with my three children - it's a wonderful family film.


Actually it may be annoying if it's simply added to the film

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jasee

Actually it may be annoying if it's simply added to the film



From Amazon:

Note: in order to enjoy the augmented reality experience, you will need to download the Universal 100 application to your mobile device.

As far as I can tell the 'augmented reality' simply means it comes with a code you can use on an iPad, or computer or something, which plays along with the film with such facts as "Did you know that the Nanny McPhee character was based on an original concept by H R Giger?" or "Total body count: 128". I don't think it affects the actual playback of the film. Might be kinda fun for kids.

(Again, I haven't seen the film, so I'm just guessing on the content. )

Edited by: "BristolBillyBob" 18th Oct 2016

BristolBillyBob

From Amazon: Note: in order to enjoy the augmented reality experience, … From Amazon: Note: in order to enjoy the augmented reality experience, you will need to download the Universal 100 application to your mobile device.As far as I can tell the 'augmented reality' simply means it comes with a code you can use on an iPad, or computer or something, which plays along with the film with such facts as "Did you know that the Nanny McPhee character was based on an original concept by H R Giger?" or "Total body count: 128". I don't think it affects the actual playback of the film. Might be kinda fun for kids. (Again, I haven't seen the film, so I'm just guessing on the content. )



Well I hope so, as long as it isn't something like this

vimeo.com/166…261

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jasee

Well I hope so, as long as it isn't something like this … Well I hope so, as long as it isn't something like this :)https://vimeo.com/166807261





I'm hoping for this.
Edited by: "BristolBillyBob" 18th Oct 2016

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Here's some info on the augmented reality app. It's a bit of a red herring I think, and doesn't change any of the on-disc stuff from what I can see. So worry not that it'll affect your viewing of the movie. Entirely optional.

youtube.com/wat…RX0
Edited by: "BristolBillyBob" 18th Oct 2016

BristolBillyBob

:)I'm hoping for this.


Oh no
Well I suppose it's good for children and it is a children's film.
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