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New app allows in-depth, hidden views of Shroud of Turin

The multilingual App is called Shroud 2.0, and will be widely available starting March 29. It features high-def photos, as well as background and research information on the Shroud. ;

It is currently housed in Turin, Italy, and has been made available mostly to scientists. The App will include some of their findings, like forensic analysis and preservation data. ;

Users can magnify images, which allows them to see the “hidden” details, like the red and white wax drops from candle ceremonies during the burial. ;

The limited version of the App is free, with a cost of 3.59 for the utmost level of the app. ;