All Access Pass Overview
The College Football Hall of Fame has ten separate exhibit spaces including the Hall of Fame gallery. Exhibits will feature historic and contemporary relics, interactive multimedia displays. Below is a description of the exciting exhibits that you will experience. Guests will be able to save content from 17 different interactive areas to their admission ticket that is equipped with (RFID), radio-frequency identification.
o The Helmet Wall
· Consisting of 767 helmets, one from every four year institution that fields a football team
· Including Football Bowl Subdivision, Football Championship Subdivision, Division II, Division III and NAIA and the Ivy League
· During registration, guests can “light up” their favorite teams’ helmet
o “Why We Love College Football” Media Wall
· The physical exhibit features a large high impact 52’ media wall lining the second floor Bridge
· Dynamic content such as photos and videos of players, fans, cheerleaders and marching bands, college and stadium imagery fill the 39 screens, inviting the guest to participate with the environment
· A multi-touch system allows for fun and explorative touch interaction over the entire surface of the display wall with content specific to the guest’s favorite college football team
o Game Day Theater
· Guest’s will be immersed into a 150-seat theater experience taking them inside game day from the perspective of former players and coaches
· The ultra high-definition film goes behind the scenes into college football game day experiences from around the country and gives the guest an unprecedented “all access” look into the gridiron drama of college football games including locker room access during pre-game and halftime.
· Guests will virtually “paint” their face for the big game
· Guests will take their own photograph with the kiosk’s camera, then choose from a provided palette of their team logo and colors to virtually paint their face
o Fans’ Gameday Challenge
· This tabletop interactive includes two 55’’ touch screens resembling a virtual stadium pulsing with activity and dramatically lit as if for a night game.
· A guest that steps up to the table will be welcomed with a visually engaging menu of mini-game options from which to choose: Vendor Food Fling, Cheerleader Challenge, Marching Madness, Traditions Trivia, and Create a Mascot.
· Guests score points as they try out the different interactive games
o Call the Play
· College football has some of the longest-running, most iconic announcers in sports broadcasting.
· This touchscreen interactive allows guests to be an announcer and record a play-by-play of the most memorable plays in college football.
· Guests select from one of ten plays to watch and hear the live call.
· Guests can record their own version and listen to their recording along with the video of the play they chose.
o Fight Song Karaoke
· The guest or group of guests can rock out to their favorite fight song
· After choosing a song from the touchscreen, the lyrics are displayed for them on a teleprompter and the scene is recorded for viewing after the guest is complete
o ESPN College GameDay Desk
· Game Day Desk allows the guest to play the role of a sports broadcaster recording a live report from ESPN’s College GameDay set.
· The guest enters the set and sits behind the Game Day Desk and goes “live” with Chris Fowler and Desmond Howard.
· The experience ends with the guest choosing the winner of the big game while the mascot head of their team is superimposed over their face.
o Virtual Stadium Viewer(s)
· The Virtual Stadium Viewer(s) place guests on the field or on the sidelines in some of college football’s most iconic stadiums.
· Guests could find themselves in the middle of a marching band, standing on the 50 yard line as players take the field, or at the center of the festivities surrounding the game.
· Each viewer is mounted on a 360 degree cantilevered swivel apparatus that allows the guest to follow the action in a full circle.
o Hall of Fame
· Guests stepping into the Hall of Fame are entering a revered space where architectural elements and media pay tribute to the greats of College Football.
· Ten large screens, vertically mounted on posts that swivel nearly 360 degrees, stand around the center of the room on every inductee, including both still and video media