Oct. 3, 2011
• CAMP RANDALL FANCAM
MADISON, Wis. – Did you atttend Saturday’s Wisconsin football game vs. Nebraska? Prove it by participating in the Camp Randall FanCam.
This 360-degree, high-definition image captured Camp Randall Stadium in its entirety Saturday evening when Wisconsin defeated Nebraska 48-17 in the first Big Ten game for the Cornhuskers. Fans will be able to "step inside" the image of The Camp and look around, as if they were standing at midfield for a frozen moment of time prior to kickoff.
The resolution of 20 billion pixels is so high that fans will be able to zoom in to find themselves or friends anywhere in the stadium, "tag" themselves in the photo, and share via email, Facebook and Twitter.
When you visit the Camp Randall FanCam, you will be able to watch videos like the "Jump Around" experience, On, Wisconsin, and Madison: The Greatest Sports Town. You will also be able to enter a contest to win 2012 football season tickets, Varsity Club tickets to the Purdue game Nov. 5, panoramic photos of Camp Randall Stadium and more.
Fans will also have the ability to purchase one-of-a-kind photo products, powered by the Durham-based company Replay Photos. Fans will also be offered the opportunity to place their picture on the scoreboard at Camp Randall Stadium and purchase as a print, custom framed photo or photo on canvas.