You’re at the museum checking out the woolly mammoth exhibit. You’re keen to know more: what were its origins, what did it eat, what might it have sounded like? Or maybe you’re elsewhere in the museum, looking at, say, Kwakwaka’wakw ceremonial masks, and now really want to find that woolly mammoth. How do you get there? With new technology launched Wednesday at the Royal BC Museum in Victoria, your phone can not only tell you more than you’ve ever wanted to know about the prehistoric tundra dweller – it can take you right to him.