Scot Walker '90 April 13, 2017 4:31 PM updated: April 13, 2017 4:45 PM
By Lesley Henton '96, Texas A&M University Marketing & Communications
Prospective students, curious parents or anyone else who wants to see the historic campus of Texas A&M University, no matter where they are in the world, can with Xplorer Virtual Tour by concept 3D.
The university launched the platform last month at South By Southwest, transporting users from Austin to College Station in virtual reality.
Now the software is available for anyone to experience Aggieland at their own pace, in a 360-degree panorama making for an exciting virtual experience, says Texas A&M Senior Graphic Designer Michael Green '11.
"It puts you right into the action and provides the ability to explore and get a feel for the Texas A&M campus in a way that gets visitors and prospective students really excited about what we offer as a university,” Green notes. “Aside from prospective students, I can see current students,