From Otago Daily Times:
University students visiting one of Dunedin’s most sprawling open plan buildings can now navigate their way around using a recently installed, 3-D, 360-degree virtual tour kiosk.
More than a year in the making and using more than 1000 panoramic shots stitched seamlessly together, two of the “way-finding” mobile kiosks have just been installed on the library’s ground floor.
Not only does it guide students to where they need to be, initially from a “doll’s house” perspective leading to “walk through” imagery, but group study areas can be booked on mobile phones.
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