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Medical Library 3D Interactive Map

The 3D Interactive Map is a virtual reality model of the Medical Library. Using 3D technology, it showcases detailed landmarks in different sections of the Medical Library, complete with descriptive information and photo images. Visitors can have a real-time experience of exploring and discovering the libraries using the interactive features of the map.

 Snap-shot of Medical Library 3D Map

Click Here to access the Medical Library 3D Map

Here are some features of the Map:
 
• Self-navigation around the Medical Library, either from the vantage point of an “Aerial” view, or “Ground view”
• Browsing of landmarks from the landmark directory
• Landmark search function that allows visitors to look for specific landmarks within the libraries
• Ability to select landmarks for a customised virtual tour
• Available on App Store for iPads (click here to download : https://itunes.apple.com/sg/app/nus-libraries-3d-interactive/id648205205?mt=8 )


For more details on the 3D Map, such as a Getting Started guide, and system requirements, please access our NUS Libraries 3D Tour page: http://libportal.nus.edu.sg/frontend/web/3d-tour

For feedback and assistance, please email to Medical Library at mdlib@nus.edu.sg




Content updated on 23 Jul 2013

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