Find yourself on EaglePan

First home game Sept.10 at UNT’s Apogee Stadium

Were you at the first home game Sept. 10 at UNT’s Apogee Stadium when the Mean Green played the University of Houston? You made history! Find yourself in UNT’s EaglePan image, a panoramic gigapixel image. Didn’t go? You can still share Mean Green spirit by sending images to your friends.

Here is what you need to do:

  1. Click the Facebook logo so you can login into your Facebook page.
  2. Drag the red zoom arrow button to the place you were sitting in the stadium and tag yourself and your friends.
  3. Use the camera button to take a snapshot of yourself at the game, and then share it with your friends and followers on Twitter or Facebook.
  4. Once you find yourself, you’ll be able to add identifying information to the photo so your friends can find you.
  5. Like UNT’s Facebook wall and share your photo with us.

UNT’s spectacular new stadium marks a new era for generations of students, alumni and Mean Green supporters – and you can be part of this historical year.

Notes about this photo:

Using GigaPan technology, UNT photographer Gary Payne created this EaglePan image. The image is made from nearly 900 individual photos taken during an hour and half timeframe at the game. The images were then stitched together to form one large image. The EaglePan image is not meant to represent one moment in the game but rather a series of moments. The first picture taken at the top left corner is an hour and half older than the last picture made at the bottom right corner. There are numerous stitching "errors," usually caused by a person who is partially in a picture but is moving to a different location by the time the camera made another pass. The final high-resolution file size is nearly 5 gigapixels and has a panoramic size close to 4,736 megapixels (112,936 x 41,940 pixels).