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Olympics 2012 visitors go back to future with virtual tour

PUBLISHED: 16:00 20 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:06 05 October 2010

VIRTUAL reality tours into the future have been launched where you can make your way through the completed 2012 Olympics site—even though it’s still three years away from being completed. An interactive exhibition includes a simulator letting curious visitors navigate their way around the Olympic Park of the future

VIRTUAL reality tours into the future have been launched where you can make your way through the completed 2012 Olympics site-even though it's still three years away from being completed.

An interactive exhibition has opened which includes a simulator letting curious visitors navigate their way around the completed Olympic Park of the future.

The three-week exhibition at City Hall also includes a model of the whole project including the main stadium and velodrome.

The construction site itself has already had 40,000 visitors including children from the East London 'host' boroughs to see the progress. But the exhibition is a chance to see what the Olympic Park will look like when it is finished.

The free display at City Hall which can be viewed online runs until November 6, daily from 10am to 6pm.


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