The World Police Museum in Central Police University (CPU) was officially opened on June 28th, 1993. This three-story building covers an area of 3960 square meters in total. More than one hundred thousand guests have visited the museum since its opening.With a view to celebrating the 82nd anniversary of the foundation of CPU and facilitating those who are interested in The World Police Museum but are unable to come to visit in person, CPU specifically planned the 360 degree virtual reality guide, ‘‘To See the World Police Museum in the Clouds’’. Moreover, the construction of the cloud system was completed in September 4th, 2018 for the public to access.（https://walkinto.in/tour/ZknovDCGombyg2ovPRzjX）
The 360-degree virtual reality guide, ‘‘To See the World Police Museum in the Clouds’’ is connected by Internet and let people around the world get into the museum remotely to browse collections of national police cultural relics. Through full panorama and the link function of terms or pictures which suggested by the system, the public can freely visit the exhibition of cultural relics in the museum without the restrictions of time and space, select the exhibits of interest, and hyperlink to the World Police Museum special articles and related activities reports on the yearly CPU bimonthly journals to glimpse the national police cultural relicsdirectly.
The connection of the 360 degree virtual reality guide, ‘‘To See the World Police Museum in the Clouds’’ is not only a new milestone, which means the World Police Museum stepped into the stage of digital display, but also shows the effectiveness of remote service to the public as well.We always give our cordial welcome and hope that people from all walks of life to actively click our website to have a visit.