It could not be simpler…
1. Find yourself 2. Tag yourself 3. Share with friends!
Fans who attended Round 1 of the HSBC Sevens World Series, the Gold Coast Sevens – Fever Pitch, can now find and tag themselves on the first ever Sevens FanCam. Moments before the Cup final at Skilled Park between Fiji and New Zealand, a 360-degree photograph was taken, capturing every corner of the stadium. FANCAM is a 5-billion pixel social media technology solution, combining the latest in gigapixel technology with customised social media, allowing fans to interact with the photograph and share their tag on other social media platforms, such as Facebook.
28/11/2011 – http://www.irbsevens.com/news/newsid=2060659.html
GOLD COAST SEVENS FANCAM
Not only have they tweaked the rules to make the 2011/12 HSBC Sevens World Series more fair and exciting, but the IRB also introduced yet another social media experience for fans at the various venues.
From a South African point of view, the high-resolution image was taken soon after the 3rd-place play-off match between the Springbok Sevens and Australia, so the BlitzBokke can be seen huddled on the pitch.
28/11/2011 – www.blitzbokke.com
BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS FANCAM – UK
2011/11/27 – Go to BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS FANCAM
HSBC SEVENS GOLD COAST FANCAM – AUSTRALIA
2011/11/26 – Go to HSBC SEVENS GOLD COAST FANCAM
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON FANCAM – USA
2011/11/26 – Go to UNIVERSITY OF OREGON FANCAM
ESPN CGD AUBURN – USA
2011/11/26 – Go to ESPN CGD AUBURN
WESTLIFE FANCAM – IRELAND
2011/11/24 – Go to WESTLIFE FANCAM
360 DEGREE GIGAPIXEL FANCAM: SOCIAL MEDIA INTERGRATION
The 360 degree Gigapixel FANCAM is the world’s largest and highest resolution interactive photo in 360 degrees. It is a 5 billion pixel social media platform trending all over the Internet today. Mostly famous during sports events, the FanCam technology is by far the coolest interactive marketing tool of this generation.
The FANCAM basically allows visitors to tag themselves in the picture with their email, Twitter and Facebook integration. Yes, there is no doubt that these Gigapixel 360 degree images are seamless and clear. However, this is basically what people are most impressed about – the social network integration.
Tinie describes his inspirations for the FANCAM in an earlier interview, “Fans are always taking my picture when I’m on stage.I just wanted to turn the tables and take a picture of them for a change! It’s amazing to think that with just one camera we’ve been able to capture the face of everyone in a venue the size of The O2 arena. I want all my fans to tag themselves and you never know this could be the most tagged picture in history!”
In the same interview Gigapixel FANCAM team was able to share how was it working with Tinie, “Tinie Tempah at The O2 marks our first UK FANCAM and we couldn’t have worked with better partners. By combining new technology and social media, we have been able to deliver a unique experience for the fans. We look forward to bringing Gigapixel FANCAM to more fans in the UK very soon.”
With this, the 360 degree FANCAM technology is considered the most promising revenue generator of most industries in the near future.
21/11/2011 - http://www.3sixtyfactory.com
ESPN CGD HOUSTON – USA
2011/11/19 – Go to ESPN CGD HOUSTON