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CampusTours new AnyMap 3.0 is built completely in HTML5 and supports full browser display, mobile devices, improved data handling, dynamic window resizing, Global Positioning System (GPS) integration, active state URLs for bookmarking, and much more. With AnyMap 3.0, institutions can have a brand new interactive map launched in under thirty days.
The University of North Florida interactive map contains a mobile module for smartphones (see UNF Mobile Module) that includes a new Global Positioning System (GPS) feature to automatically push content to visitors' phones as they approach buildings on campus.
The University of North Florida's interactive map also includes a full Accessibility Module (see UNF Accessibility Module) that works with existing screen-reader devices to provide an accessible version of the experience to people with disabilities.
AnyMap 3.0 now offers a completely customizable Locations list, allowing schools like the University of North Florida to break down campus locations into categories that make sense to their campus communities.
Inserting videos into AnyMap 3.0 just got easier thanks to YouTube™ integration. Clients may now choose several options for including video in their maps and tours, including pulling from their extensive YouTube™ libraries.
CampusTours AnyMap supports custom layers of any kind. Custom layers allow organizations to place icons on the map or highlight items on the map.
CampusTours has redesigned AnyMap 3.0 from the ground up, and one of the biggest changes is the move from windows to panels for building information. In earlier versions of AnyMap, building windows would sometimes open over the location the visitor had clicked on the map obscuring it from view. AnyMap 3.0 exchanges windows for side-mounted panels that slide out next to the location that has been clicked, maintaining context for the visitor, and allowing the map to continue to be usable even when a location is open.
With screen sizes proliferating, CampusTours has built an adaptable interface onto AnyMap that works well on both smaller and larger screen resolutions. This allows visitors with larger monitors and better graphics cards to see a much larger view of campus, while visitors on smaller monitors and less capable graphics cards still receive an optimized presentation.
A cornerstone of all CampusTours products is the ability for institutions to make content changes quickly and easily, without recurring charges. The University of North Florida may add or update this presentation at any time with the CampusTours MultiMedia Engine software.
As visitors move through the map, clicking on items, AnyMap 3.0 actively updates the URL, giving visitors the ability to press the forward and back button in the browser, and to use the Favorites or Bookmarks feature.