Titletown Atrium, Practice Fields Among Latest Batch Of 360-Degree Photos


Although the Titletown Atrium is still in development, thanks to the latest 360-degree photos at the Packers' official website, fans can get an immediate look at the space that will eventually house various interactive displays and be the gateway to a new Hall of Fame when it becomes operational in 2003.

Also made available today are photos of the Packers' practice fields, just the latest 360-degree images to make their debuts at Packers.com.

Powered by Quicktime, the interactive photos allow the viewer to control the image, zooming in and out, rotating back and forth in any direction, to create the feeling of actually being there.

Unveiled earlier this week were 360-degree images of other Packers facilities, including the locker room, players lounge and dining hall. Photos of the exterior of Lambeau Field and the interior of the new 6,500 square-foot Packers Pro Shop have also been posted.

In the days to come, additional Lambeau Field images will be released, including photos from the seating bowl, stadium concourses, coaches boxes, press box and more.

If you've never explored any of the 360-degree photos previously available on Packers.com, you might want to go back and see what you missed.

The entire collection of 360-degree photos can be accessed via the Multimedia icon on the Packers.com homepage.

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