BOULDER, Colo., March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- concept3D, a leader in creating immersive online experiences with 3D modeling, interactive maps and virtual tour software, today announced that Massachusetts General Hospital launched an interactive map and virtual tour platform using the company's atlas3D technology.
With atlas3D, the Massachusetts General Hospital's campus is built atop Google Maps in detailed, 3D models and navigable by desktop and mobile, giving online visitors the ability to find their way to the campus, locate parking, and get walking directions.
The interactive map also includes restaurants, hotels, and amenities around Mass General, as well as on-campus dining, wheelchair accessible routes and entrances, pharmacies, transportation and other items. The map can be searched and personalized links sent to people to help them find their way to specific destinations.
"Having atlas3D bolsters Mass General's ability to serve its patients and visitors," said concept3D Vice President of Business Development, Bob O'Melia. "Mass General has always been an innovator, and understands that the application of technology can significantly improve the overall visitor experience."
Learn more and experience Massachusetts General Hospital's atlas3D interactive map here: http://blog.concept3d.com/blog/concept3d-collaborates-with-boston-hospital-to-launch-interactive-campus-map
Founded in 2006, concept3D, a leader in creating immersive online experiences with 3D modeling, interactive maps and VR-enabled virtual tour software. concept3D's products include atlas3D, an online experience platform designed to improve the guest experience and support marketing and sales at convention centers, healthcare and retirement facilities, large commercial sites, venues, resorts, and hotels, and CampusBird, a platform designed specifically for education. Learn more at https://www.concept3D.com.
SOURCE concept3D, Inc.