Tag Yourself in a Hi-Res Beaver Stadium, Pegula Ice Arena Panoramas
For the second year in a row, Penn State athletics is offering a high resolution digital panorama of the White Out football game so you can zoom in close enough to see your face.
107,884 fans packed into Beaver Stadium on Saturday, and you can see most of them up close and personal in this 360-degree panorama. The idea is for fans to find and “tag” themselves in the stands. The image is over 12 billion pixels in size and powered by Blakeway Worldwide Panoramas. It’s incredibly clear and a big time waster if you care enough to play around with it for awhile.
Personally, Deron Thompson and Jack Haffner having a moment is my favorite screen grab. (h/t Devon Edwards).
The same thing is also set up for the Pegula Ice Arena opener on Friday night. Have some fun with it! Hopefully you weren’t that guy who was taking a bathroom break during the capture.
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