What is OSU 360?
OSU 360 is a collection of locations that have a photograph taken with a special lens that allows for you to see the entire room by panning with your mouse cursor held down on the image. Each location is linked to the OSU Campus Map, allowing you to see where you are and what other locations are available.
Why won’t the 360 image load?
The 360 images require the Adobe Flash Player to run. To download the latest version, click here.
What is a Tour?
Within OSU 360, routes have been specified to highlight certain aspects of the University. These 'Tours' (accessed from the top navigation bar) travel through a select path of around a dozen locations, and can be navigated using ‘Next’ and ‘Previous’ arrows located below the miniature campus map. You can return to the exploration mode at any time by clicking on the ‘Explore’ button on the top navigation bar.
How do I navigate?
There are several ways to navigate:
How were these photos taken?
Photography was taken using a Kaidan panoramic 'fish-eye' mirror that simultaneously took a picture in 360 degrees horizontally. This photography was then "unwarped" and processed through a FlashVR viewer for your online viewing convenience.
How can I give feedback about OSU 360 or suggest a new location?