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Design Lab member Albert Lin hosted 3 National Geographic series, using technology to uncover lost cities, treasures, and secrets

Design Lab member Albert Lin hosted 3 National Geographic series, using technology to uncover lost cities, treasures, and secrets

Design Lab member Albert Lin hosted 3 National Geographic series, using technology to uncover lost cities, treasures, and secrets

Design Lab member Albert Lin hosted 3 National Geographic series, using technology to uncover lost cities, treasures, and secrets. Check them out below! Full length episodes available for streaming on the Disney+ app.

Lost Cities With Albert Lin

(https://www.natgeotv.com/za/shows/natgeo/lost-cities-with-albert-lin) “Lost Cities brings adventure, science, and archaeology together through our host Albert Lin. Our ambitious approach applies 3D scanning to some of the most extraordinary sites of antiquity.”

Lost Treasures Of The Maya

(https://www.natgeotv.com/za/shows/natgeo/lost-treasures-of-the-maya)“National Geographic Explorer Albert Lin ventures into the Guatemalan jungle to explore how a new high-tech treasure map is revealing tens of thousands of ancient ruins.”

Buried Secrets of The Bible With Albert Lin

(https://www.natgeotv.com/za/shows/natgeo/buried-secrets-of-the-bible-with-albert-lin) “Albert Lin seeks out the truth behind two great stories of the Bible. To solve these mysteries, Albert will use satellites and space-age technology to look beneath the earth’s surface to reveal secrets that have been buried for thousands of years.”

(Photos courtesy of Blakeway Productions/National Geographic)

Design Lab member Albert Lin hosted 3 National Geographic series, using technology to uncover lost cities, treasures, and secrets. Check them out below! Full length episodes available for streaming on the Disney+ app.

Lost Cities With Albert Lin

(https://www.natgeotv.com/za/shows/natgeo/lost-cities-with-albert-lin) “Lost Cities brings adventure, science, and archaeology together through our host Albert Lin. Our ambitious approach applies 3D scanning to some of the most extraordinary sites of antiquity.”

Lost Treasures Of The Maya

(https://www.natgeotv.com/za/shows/natgeo/lost-treasures-of-the-maya)“National Geographic Explorer Albert Lin ventures into the Guatemalan jungle to explore how a new high-tech treasure map is revealing tens of thousands of ancient ruins.”

Buried Secrets of The Bible With Albert Lin

(https://www.natgeotv.com/za/shows/natgeo/buried-secrets-of-the-bible-with-albert-lin) “Albert Lin seeks out the truth behind two great stories of the Bible. To solve these mysteries, Albert will use satellites and space-age technology to look beneath the earth’s surface to reveal secrets that have been buried for thousands of years.”

(Photos courtesy of Blakeway Productions/National Geographic)

Design Lab member Albert Lin hosted 3 National Geographic series, using technology to uncover lost cities, treasures, and secrets. Check them out below! Full length episodes available for streaming on the Disney+ app.

Lost Cities With Albert Lin

(https://www.natgeotv.com/za/shows/natgeo/lost-cities-with-albert-lin) “Lost Cities brings adventure, science, and archaeology together through our host Albert Lin. Our ambitious approach applies 3D scanning to some of the most extraordinary sites of antiquity.”

Lost Treasures Of The Maya

(https://www.natgeotv.com/za/shows/natgeo/lost-treasures-of-the-maya)“National Geographic Explorer Albert Lin ventures into the Guatemalan jungle to explore how a new high-tech treasure map is revealing tens of thousands of ancient ruins.”

Buried Secrets of The Bible With Albert Lin

(https://www.natgeotv.com/za/shows/natgeo/buried-secrets-of-the-bible-with-albert-lin) “Albert Lin seeks out the truth behind two great stories of the Bible. To solve these mysteries, Albert will use satellites and space-age technology to look beneath the earth’s surface to reveal secrets that have been buried for thousands of years.”

(Photos courtesy of Blakeway Productions/National Geographic)

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