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Jeong H. Kim Engineering Bldg: VR Tour and Panoramas

Jeong H. KimThe new Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building is one of the most significant additions to the Clark School in its century-plus history. The 160,000-square foot building houses some of the most sophisticated engineering research and educational laboratories in the nation. Major emphases are information technology, bioengineering, microelectronics and MEMS, sensors and actuators, environmental engineering, transportation systems, and space research.


Virtual Tour
Atrium Extra Photos
Kim Bldg Virtual Tour
Full VR Tour

3MB
(please allow time for movie to
load in popup window)
looking out from Kim Atrium Rotunda
view from back of 3rd floor
Kim 2nd Floor Hallway

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Panoramas
Atrium/rotunda Panorama
The Atrium
Updated 7-17-07
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Floor 2 panorama
Floor 2

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Floor 3 panorama
Floor 3

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Keck Lab
Keck Lab

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MEMI Lab Extra Photos

MEMIL Lab
MEMIL Lab
Robert Bonenberger-Instructor

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Instructions:

To view a 360 degree panorama of the Clark School of Engineering area as well as some other interesting places on campus, Click on the thumbnails images to open the QuickTime VR movies.
Then, drag your mouse to pan left or right, or click on hotspots to enter another room. You can also zoom in an out with the +/- buttons.

The "virtual tour" movies have "hot spots" that link to other areas or rooms. They are actually multiple movies combined into one, so the file size is rather large. It is best to view these with a high speed connection like T1, cable or DSL.

The Quicktime plug-in is no longer supported.

If you would like to see where these places are on a campus map and connect to the VR tours from there, see the
VR Map.