Vatican tour program finds use for technology
What do you get when you mix your typical Vatican tour guide with technology?
An iPod Vatican tour program being unveiled this week.
The Associated Press is reporting that the Holy See’s pilgrim agency is offering visitors to the Vatican museums an iPod which has a Vatican tour application designed to guide them through the vast, historic museums that draw tons of people every day.
Apparently, it’s a pilot program. It’s free, the AP reports. Visitors must leave their passport or some other similar document in exchange for the iPod, for security purposes. Then they are free to roam the museums with their trusty iPod guide in hand.
Read more about it here: Vatican tour meets technology
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