#UofTBTS16: See panoramic 360 degree photos of U of T

Photo of students at U of T Scarborough
Students walk to classes at U of T Scarborough (photo by Ken Jones)

The architecture and sprawling landscape of U of T's three campuses invites even the most amateur of photographers to take a photo.

As you're beginning to explore your campus and looking for those unique nooks and corridors to take that cool photograph, U of T News has highlighted some places to see. Check out these super cool 360 degree panoramic views of places you may or may not be familiar with.

The University College foyer looks magical in 360:

Post from RICOH THETA. #theta360 - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA


Here's the Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre at U of T Mississauga:


Post from RICOH THETA. #theta360 - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA


If you'd like to get more panoramic photos of U of T, there's plenty to look at from across the three campuses including the Trinity College quad and the rooftop of the Jackman Humanities building at St. George, the Social Sciences building and student residence at U of T Scarborough and the Recreation, Athletic and Wellness Centre at U of T Mississauga. Click here for more 360 photos featured in U of T's virtual reality tour. Don't forget to click the photo to begin moving the mouse in the desired direction.

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