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Doctor Who

by The Mill / BBC Worldwide

BBC Worldwide has announced a feature that you can use with your Facebook Camera Effects Platform that will allow you the thrill (well the visual thrill) of regenerating with your Doctor with the help of Augmented Reality. Created by the VFX studio, The Mill, and with the help of Facebook app’s camera feature you too can change into a new you, just as the Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi into Thirteenth Doctor Jodie Whittaker will in Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time.

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Doctor Who

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by The Mill / BBC Worldwide

BBC Worldwide has announced a feature that you can use with your Facebook Camera Effects Platform that will allow you the thrill (well the visual thrill) of regenerating with your Doctor with the help of Augmented Reality. Created by the VFX studio, The Mill, and with the help of Facebook app’s camera feature you too can change into a new you, just as the Twelfth Doctor Peter Capaldi into Thirteenth Doctor Jodie Whittaker will in Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time.

Read More: Mashable. This might be the best thing Doctor Who has ever done on social media

 

 

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The Good Doctor

by ABC

“ABC is using Facebook’s Camera Effects to help promote new fall series The Good Doctor and its TGIT Thursday-night lineup of Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder.

For The Good Doctor, users can map three systems in their bodies and see them the way lead character Shaun Murphy does. Murphy is a surgeon with autism.”

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The Good Doctor

by ABC

“ABC is using Facebook’s Camera Effects to help promote new fall series The Good Doctor and its TGIT Thursday-night lineup of Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder.

For The Good Doctor, users can map three systems in their bodies and see them the way lead character Shaun Murphy does. Murphy is a surgeon with autism.”

Read More:

Adweek: How ABC Tapped Facebook’s Camera Effects to Back The Good Doctor, TGIT