WSU student center introduces live streaming view of construction
Oct 22, 2012 8:40 AM | Print
Live streaming action of the Rhatigan Renewal at Wichita State University's Rhatigan Student Center is just a click away.
Visit www.wichita.edu/livecam to see the 360-degree high-definition camera's live feed of the RSC under construction.
"The WSU community has shown tremendous interest in the Rhatigan Renewal project. So, I'm glad to offer them a chance in real time to observe progress of the project," says David Kidd, RSC information technology director. "This high-tech camera, mounted on the roof of Jabara Hall, will continue providing live coverage of the RSC construction for the duration of the project."
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