A new application developed by the University of Rochester, UK, aim to give prospective students a more transparent and interactive viewof what it is like to study and live on one of its campuses, ZDNet reports. RocRes, created by the university’s admissions office, is aimed at providing an insider’s view of what it is like to live on campus — going further than the usual open days where students only get a limited glimpse of university life. The 3D models feature dormitory rooms, 360 degree panoramic views and interactive views of Rochester’s River campus. If you click on a particular building you would like to investigate, you can view information (as of writing, some remains to be added) as well as view images of the structure — most of them artfully angled…

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