Join us on a journey through time in Geopark Odsherred The view from the highest point in Geopark Odsherred has been reconstructed as four "hits" over a period of 25,000 years with the help of magnificent 3D graphics and augmented reality. Technology supplements reality by combining the physical setting with a 3D universe.
You can make the journey through time anywhere you like, even at home in your sofa, so long as you are able turn your device through 360 degrees. You'll get the best experience, though, from the Bronze Age burial mounds Vejrhøj, 121 metres above sea level, GPS: N55°47'35.49", E11°23'45.76" and Esterhøj, 89 metres above sea level, GPS: N55°50'10", E11°29'3". From here you can compare the landscape as you see it today with the view through thousands of years:
• 25,000 years ago – This is what the place looked like when the Vejrhøj Arch was formed
• 17,000 years ago – The Ice Age reigns in Odsherred
• 7,000 years ago – Odsherred is an island realm
• 100 years ago – Man makes his mark on the landscape
Infospots within the four 3D universes provide answers to questions you might have about the various periods.
The app also features a map with the addresses and GPS coordinates you need to find your way in the landscape on your hunt for exciting locations of geological interest, which are often places of the greatest scenic beauty. The map shows car parks with Geopark information signs, great places to set off on a walk or bike ride in Geopark Odsherred. The more you know about the landscapes, the richer your experience of the countryside will be.
Not fully compatible with devices without gyroscope and devices with small screens (less than 600 x 1024 pixels).