The University of North Carolina has launched a brand new and one-of-a-kind app that will allow future students to take virtual reality tours of all 16 universities. Other schools have started doing VR tours, but this is the first university system to do so. People may be sick of visiting all the college campuses they are interested in, or maybe they can’t afford it. With this free app, students won’t need to worry about guessing which college they should go to, they can actually experience it in almost real life. The app also gives peeps loads of info for each specific university so no one is left guessing what’s offered. Download the app on itunes or the Google Play store.
By: The Point Staff
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