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Nature Documentaries Use Latest Tech to Bring Us Closer to the Natural World

The BBC’s Planet Earth II is the latest groundbreaking nature documentary to use cutting-edge technology to bring us ever closer to the natural world.

Here are some of our recent articles highlighting the nature documentaries that are pushing the envelope in terms of both technology and access to the world and creatures around us.

Inside the Functional, Beautiful, and Practical Robotic Animals of ‘Spy in the Wild’, January 13, 2017

BBC’s ‘Spy in the Wild’ Films with Animatronic Animals, January 10, 2017

How ‘Planet Earth II’ Is More Intimate Than the Original, December 5, 2016

David Attenborough Calls the Tech Used to Capture ‘Planet Earth II’ Unparalleled, October 31, 2016

New Camera Tech Changes Perceptions of the Natural World in ‘Planet Earth II’, October 26, 2016

Watch the Trailer for BBC’s ‘Planet Earth II’, October 11, 2016

Near-Infrared Film Depicts Dreamlike Moments in Nature, August 31, 2016

Inside the Necessary Artifices of ‘The Hunt’ and Other Nature Documentaries, August 16, 2016

Watch the First Feature Film Shot in Infrared, August 15, 2016

Wild Time: Powering the Production of a BBC Nature Documentary, July 26, 2016

Natural Beauty: Choosing the Right Lenses for Recording Wildlife, July 22, 2016

BBC Uses Drones to Get Up Close and Personal with Nature in ‘Planet Earth II’, February 25, 2016

Hello Charlie Creates Scientifically Accurate Titanosaur for David Attenborough, January 29, 2016

Cutting Edge Camera Tech Makes David Attenborough’s ‘Great Barrier Reef’ Possible, January 25, 2016