Feb. 11, 2011
ClemsonTigers.com has just launched the latest phase of Clemson360 with the addition of landmark views from the campus of Clemson University. Click the link below to see what the following areas look like on a typical fall afternoon.
Lake Hartwell – Clemson is set on Lake Hartwell, where students can sail, swim and fish within the shadow of Memorial Stadium.
Bowman Field – The “front lawn campus,” is used for fun and games, traveling student tours, ROTC drills and just hanging out by Clemson students.
Amphitheater – Clemson’s historic amphitheater is a superb outdoor venue. Nestled in the center of campus with the reflection pool and the University’s library as a backdrop, the amphitheatre seats approximately 2,500 on grass filled concrete seating structures.
Sikes Hall – One of the oldest buildings on campus, it houses many departments including the President’s Office.
There are additional features still to come on Clemson360, including virtual tours of the Rock Norman Outdoor Track & Field Complex and the Jervey Athletic Center Weight Room, as well as a 360-degree snapshot from a live game in Littlejohn Coliseum.
Fans can access the website via the link above or by clicking on the Clemson360 button located on ClemsonTigers.com.
Clemson360 is an interactive website allowing visitors to ClemsonTigers.com unparalleled access to Clemson’s athletic facilities. The application combines 360-degree panoramas with exclusive video and audio content to deliver an experience beyond the standard virtual tour.
Each sport/venue features HD video content from the Clemson Athletics and Clemson University YouTube channels, as well as an audio soundtrack featuring Clemson student organizations Tiger Band and Tiger Roar. Fans can also view video renderings of planned future improvements to Clemson’s athletic facilities.
Clemson360 was produced in conjunction with Early Commit of Greenville, SC.
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