Feel like you’re at the park, as you control and guide this 3D virtual tour of the Lynch Family Skate Park developed by Stantec's Design Visualization Services group (http://www.stantec.com/our-work/services/design-visualization.html). Tilt your mobile device to "look around" the park as you ride through, or use mouse controls if you're on a desktop. Also supports Cardboard VR devices. Once a contaminated site under the Zakim bridge, the new skate park is the largest in the Boston region. Learn more about Action Sports at Stantec here: http://www.stantec.com/our-work/sectors/sports-and-recreation/action-sports.html.
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