Design and Merchandising Architectural Virtual Library
The CSU-Architectural Virtual Library project is an online web page intended to educate the public on architectural historic buildings—both on and off campus. The project encourages community members to engage with the content through multifaceted approaches such as (a) middle school and high school teachers developing lectures or assignments on historic architecture, (b) older adult organizations or individuals who are social distancing because of the COVID-19 pandemic engaging in virtual educational content experiences, and (c) existing or prospective Colorado State University (CSU) students or employees exploring interior building spaces.
Intern and Interior Architecture and Design student, Sara Bovaird, documents her experience using 3D Matterport technology to document historic buildings in Sterling, Colorado in a preservation and community-building effort for the Architectural Virtual Library.
To participate in an on-site, augmented architecture experience, follow these three steps:
- Download the Matterport 3D Showcase
- Create a free online Matterport account.
- Search for the building address or the case sensitive Model ID number listed on the CSU and Sterling web pages below.
For more details visit the 3D Showcase for iOS App Overview.
*Compatible only with iOS 11.0 or later.
We would like to hear from you about how this page benefits you. Please take the 2-minute online survey to share your use of the CSU–AVL project. For any questions pertaining to the CSU–AVL project, please email Dr. Maria Delgado at firstname.lastname@example.org.