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Win 1 of 5 futuristic book bundles from DK!

The future is coming; are you ready for it?

Want to see the world without leaving your seat? Fancy exploring the Roman Colosseum or hopping aboard the International Space Station? Want to print your own mobile phone holder? Or simply want to know how the world’s coolest tech works?

Now you can.

DK are giving you the chance to win 1 of 5 incredible tech book bundles, featuring All About Virtual Reality, complete with free 3D viewer, 3D Printing Projects, and How Super Cool Stuff Works.

If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning, simple email social.media@uk.dk.com with your name and address, and the subject line ‘DK Tech Book Bundle’ by the closing date of 1st December 2017.

 

You can find out more about the books below:

All About Virtual Reality is a groundbreaking children’s book that explains everything you need to know about virtual reality. Includes a make-it-yourself VR viewer that can be used with a smartphone to experience the wonders of VR, plus stickers to decorate your VR viewer! Use your VR viewer to explore 5 scopes and come face-to-face with a T.Rex, explore the inside of a volcano, go back in time to the Colosseum in Ancient Rome, visit the International Space Station and jump into a pond.

3D Printing Projects includes fourteen incredible 3D printing projects for kids to design and print their own toys, gadgets, models, and ornaments without the need for a 3D printer at home. Using freely available online 3D modelling/CAD programmes, this book has inspiration and instructions for a wide range of thrilling projects, including your own shark-shaped phone stand or chess set!

How Super Cool Stuff Works is a cutting edge guide exploring how incredible new technologies are shaping the modern world. Kids will love the fun laptop-style cover and layout throughout. Mind-blowing images reveal the secret inner workings of everything from drones and supercomputers to underwater hotels and flying cars!

 

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