Change of venue for Second Hand Smoke Roadshow

FREE FIRST USE''Smokers see the invisible chemicals from second hand smoke lingering in a room with augmented reality on a handheld tablet at St. Enoch's Centre, Glasgow.''Victoria Cochran chats to Lee-Anne Harper and her two children, Kody Harper (8) and Joe (4 months).''All images �Warren Media 2014'Lenny Warren / Warren Media'07860 830050  01355 229700'lenny@warrenmedia.co.uk'www.warrenmedia.co.uk

FREE FIRST USE''Smokers see the invisible chemicals from second hand smoke lingering in a room with augmented reality on a handheld tablet at St. Enoch's Centre, Glasgow.''Victoria Cochran chats to Lee-Anne Harper and her two children, Kody Harper (8) and Joe (4 months).''All images �Warren Media 2014'Lenny Warren / Warren Media'07860 830050 01355 229700'lenny@warrenmedia.co.uk'www.warrenmedia.co.uk

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Due to unforeseen circumstances the venue for the augmented reality second hand smoke roadshow due to appear in Arbroath today (Friday) has moved to a different venue in the town.

The roadshow will now be setting up shop in the Abbeygate carpark between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. and with the help of augmented reality smokers will be able to see the invisible chemicals from second-hand smoke lingering in a room where there appears to be none.

Designed to drive home the realities of the harm caused by second-hand smoke, shoppers will be invited to step into a living room which looks completely smoke-free, but then fills with computer-generated chemicals when viewed through a tablet.