Men's Basketball

Tech Launches Virtual Seating Map for McCamish Pavilion

GoJackets A look inside McCamish Pavilion
GoJackets
A look inside McCamish Pavilion
GoJackets

March 1, 2012

3D Map Graphic

ATLANTA - Georgia Tech Athletics has launched a three-dimensional, virtual seating map of McCamish Pavilion, which will open in November as the home for Yellow Jacket men's and women's basketball.

Developed by Ballena Technologies, the 3D seats platform is used at collegiate and professional sports venues across the country. The launch of the site by Tech is the first opportunity for current and prospective season ticket holders to view sightlines from every section inside McCamish Pavilion.

The link to the 3D seating map as well as ticket information and other McCamish Pavilion items can be found here: www.ramblinwreck.com/mccamishpavilion.

"The sightlines and proximity to the court are very realistic," associate athletic director Wayne Hogan said. "It's a great tool for our season ticket holders, and also for prospective season ticket customers."

Some of the cosmetic features inside the 3D map - the court design and graphics, for example - are only for display purposes and will likely have a different look when the facility opens in seven months.

Current men's basketball season ticket holders will soon be able to use the map to select their seats. Based on A-T priority points, current season ticket holders will be assigned a specific date and time to log into the system to choose their desired seats Fans interested in becoming a new season ticket holder are encouraged to make a reservation online. By making a reservation, which requires a $50 deposit, this group will have priority before a general public sale (if available) occurs in July. Deadline to join the reservation list is May 1, 2012.

For more information on McCamish Pavilion and the seat selection process, please contact the Georgia Tech Ticket Office at 888-832-4849 or visit www.ramblinwreck.com/mccamishpavilion.


 

 

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