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Popular FanCam to take 360-degree photo in Lambeau Field on Sunday

Posted Jan 12, 2012

Fans are asked to be in seats by 3 p.m. to be in photo


Thousands of Packers fans will have a chance to prove they were present at this Sunday’s Divisional playoff game when the Green Bay Packers FanCam comes to Lambeau Field to take a 360-degree image of fans in the stadium.
 
The exciting fan feature, which has been popular with fans of the Wisconsin Badgers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, New York Rangers, Michigan Wolverines and Kentucky Wildcats, allows fans to identify themselves by using an optic-zoom and tagging feature.
 
Fans will need to be in their seats 20 minutes prior to kickoff to ensure their spot in an ultra-high-def, 5-billion pixel, 360-degree image that will be taken from the 50-yard line.
 
This high-definition image will capture Lambeau Field in its entirety, and the image takes between 5-7 minutes to shoot. While looking at the photo, fans will be able to “step inside” a view they otherwise may never get to see.
 
The resolution of the photo will be so high that fans will be able to visit Packers.com, follow the links to the photo, zoom in to find themselves or friends, “tag” themselves with a Packers G-Force logo, and share via email, Facebook and Twitter.
 
Even if fans are unable to attend, they can check out a “Wish You Were Here” tab inside the FanCam page, to enter to win two tickets to a 2012 Packers Home Game.
 
Fans must follow updates on Packers.com, the Packers official Facebook page or Twitter account to be notified of the FanCam photo’s availability for “tagging.” It takes approximately 24 hours to process the photo for fans to use.
 
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