Tottenham Hotspur has today released the SPVRS app that uses technology to bring the Club’s new stadium to life before it is built.
The 61,000-seater venue, due to open next year, will host Premier League football alongside NFL and other major events, including concerts.
Now fans can take a first look around using Virtual and Augmented Reality via the free app with access to a printable tracker image which can then be brought to life via a smart phone or tablet using Augmented Reality, transporting users to the centre circle of the pitch.
From there, users are immersed in Virtual Reality and can take a 360-degree view of the inner bowl of the stadium – giving fans a unique glimpse of the new home for Tottenham Hotspur.
There is a section of the SPVRS app for users who have purchased a premium package in the new stadium. This gives special access to a Virtual Reality 360-degree view of their selected lounge or suite so they are reminded of what they can look forward to in the new stadium.
The SPVRS app also features an interactive stadium enabling users to find out key facts, such as the number of seats or the number of bricks that will be used to build the stadium.
Emma Taylor, Head of Marketing, Tottenham Hotspur, said: “The SPVRS app will give our supporters a first look at our iconic stadium bowl and the opportunity to interact with a 3D digital stadium model. The app also allows our premium guests to see their new lounge or suite in 360 Virtual Reality.
“The app will continue to build on the excitement of our fans all over the world around the Club’s new stadium. It is a new addition to the ways we are pushing the boundaries by using the latest technology to showcase our new home and allow fans to track the progress on its build. “
The SPVRS app takes its name from the Stadium Project Virtual Reality Suite now open at the Club’s offices in Tottenham, providing an immersive VR experience for customers interested in the range of premium offers at the venue.
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