Google Earth Now Providing 360 Degree Views Of Your Favorite Stadiums

Monday, June 02, 2008

It's definitely a slow day here at AA HQ which is why this story feel in my lap at just the right time. Not only is Google Earth an awesome way to kill time when you're bored, but now they have a Sports feature. You can now kill time by checking out 3D views of your favorite Football Stadiums (both College and Pro). Map Gameday via The Wiz of Odds has the details....

Google has just released the Google Earth Plugin for Internet Browsers. The Plugin currently only works for Windows computers. Pick up the Google Earth Plugin and check out some of the great stadiums and 3D animation from around the country: Tennessee, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Stanford, USC, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Texas, West Virginia, Tulane, Hawaii, Colorado, Nebraska, Southern Mississippi, Oklahoma State, South Florida, Texas A&M, Michigan State and Iowa. Drop us a line if you come across a cool 3D stadium that's not listed above.
I'm already addicted to this. Download that plugin as fast as possible and I promise this last hour at work will go be fast. We can even play a game of "I Spy" if you'd like!

3-D Stadium Maps From Google Earth (The Wizard of Odds)
3D Stadium Maps from Google Earth (Map Gameday)

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 3:32 PM


If you look closely at The Shoe, you can see Maurice Clarett on the roof with his sniper rifle and satchel of Grey Goose.

GMoney said...
Jun 2, 2008, 4:14:00 PM  

I heard they'll be doing this for US soccer stadiums empty and with fans and you'll have to figure out what the difference is.

TJX said...
Jun 2, 2008, 4:20:00 PM  

I've seen these in the Google Earth application for a while but they've constantly been adding stadiums. This is the first I've heard of the plugin, though. Cool! Google is amazing.

Jay said...
Jun 2, 2008, 9:22:00 PM  

I'll be the first nit-picker: LSU's South End Zone has 2 seating decks, not one. Plus, they're missing both endzone scoreboards.

Though they do have Mike's cage in 3D, which is kinda cool.

BF said...
Jun 3, 2008, 9:26:00 AM  

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