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University of Winnipeg Goes 3D

November 25, 2011 8:30 AM | News

The University of Winnipeg's website now includes a 3D virtual look around campus. (UWINNIPEG.CA)

The University of Winnipeg has gone 3D, giving visitors to its website an interactive look around campus.

UWinnipeg 3D Virtual Tour is a first for a post-secondary school in the country, allowing users to zoom to 13 locations around campus.

Students can check out the AnX, Asper Centre for Theatre & Film, Buhler Centre, Duckworth Centre, Helen Betty Osborne Building, McFeetors Hall: Great-West Life Student Residence, the proposed Multi-Purpose Field House Health and Wellness Complex, Richardson College for the Environment Science Complex, UWSA Daycare Centre and Wesley Hall.

The technology was designed and developed by Winnipeg-based Whirlwind Media Group.

Future additions to the 3D website will include animations and video clips.