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Free and Early Release of Mixed-Reality App that Recreates Battle of Gettysburg


Gettysburg: A Nation Divided has pushed its launch date and waived download fees to assist teachers, parents and students 

Parents and teachers are in search of educational solutions as millions of students are now learning from home.  To help and expand their choices, a new mixed-reality app that recreates the Battle of Gettysburg is launching early.  Normally priced at $12.99, the app will be free of charge for a limited time. 

QuantumERA®’sGettysburg: A Nation Divided, is a mobile experience that envelopes students in the battle as it unfolds around them. Narrated by actor Scott Eastwood, the app’s immersive scenes transport users to 1863 with 360-degree views and avatars of men and women who were involved in the battle. Included is an artifact scavenger hunt with the ability to earn points. The student’s involvement and interactivity provide a better understanding of what happened during the turning point of the Civil War.

“Working from home while schooling our two children has been overwhelming,” said mother of two, Laura Aplin. The Gettysburg app ”has been an educational retreat for our kids. Not only are they learning about one of the most important battles in American history, but they are also able to travel through time and outside of our home. They’re not just watching something, they’re part of the experience. The added blessing is that it allows me to dedicate more time to work knowing that the kids are engaged in something productive.”

Gettysburg: A Nation Divided unites historical scholarship and mixed-reality platforms to transform students from being in the audience to becoming part of the experience. This is a critical point of engagement in a world of video games and social media, where audiences are craving highly visual and interactive experiences. 

“The world we live in has changed so dramatically in a matter of weeks,” said Lane Traylor, CEO of QuantumERA. “The QuantumERA team wanted to help by waiving fees to help children learn and also escape for a while. We also want to support the millions of teachers and parents who are undertaking multiple roles, easing some of the stress that comes with navigating their new norms.”

QuantumERA is a leading content creation company that creates mixed reality experiences.  They

are most well-known for their award-winning Experience Real History™ brand that recreates the Battle of the Alamo through augmented reality apps and products.

 

Teachers and students can find free resources for hours of engagement and fun at PerspectivesXR.org, QuantumERA’s education partner. 

Free downloads of Gettysburg: A Nation Divided are available in The Apple App Store for a limited time. The BETA version of this app, optimized for Apple iPads,  is now available. Mobile optimization for other Android devices coming soon.

Preview Videos and Interviews:

Gettysburg: A Nation Divided Preview                                                            

https://youtu.be/j5iM14MZ_vI   

Abraham Lincoln giving Gettysburg Address

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ayxdc90k4xsiytj/Lincoln%20at%20Cemetery.mp4?dl=0

Why Scott Eastwood loves Gettysburg                                             

https://youtu.be/F2qiPm4u4ng    

Sound Bites from Scott Eastwood (BROADCAST QUALITY)           

 https://youtu.be/LYoXoJlX-9w         

Direct link to the mobile app: 

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/gettysburg-a-nation-divided/id1495662839 

Connect with QuantumERA:

Website​             www.QuantumERA.com

Instagram​         @QuantumERA_LLC

Facebook          ​@QuantumERAllc

Twitter              @QuantumERA

LinkedIn            ​QuantumERA

              

Media Contact: 

Leslie Komet Ausburn, QuantumERA, (210) 326- 8992

Leslie@QuantumERA.com

 

 

About QuantumERA

QuantumERA is an innovative content creation company dedicated to sharing memorable stories by leveraging cutting-edge mixed reality technologies.  Designed to capture the imagination and inspire discovery, QuantumERA elevates storytelling through mixed reality apps and products which feature best-in-class production value for an authentic, enhanced audience experience.  For more information, visit www.quantumera.com.

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