June 2, 2011
LOS ANGELES - Pauley Pavilion is in the midst of an unprecedented renovation, and now UCLA fans can see the progress as it unfolds. Athletics has erected a construction camera for frequent updates on the venue's transformation into one of the leading state-of-the-art facilities in the nation.
The camera, sitting atop the southwest corner of the John Wooden Center, gives visitors a view of Pauley Pavilion's north and east sides. A new photo is taken every 15 minutes and each picture is archived on the site.
In addition to the static camera, fans will also be able to see periodic photo updates of the venue's changing interior, along with exterior shots of the south and west sides.
Pauley Pavilion, which first opened in 1965, is scheduled to re-open to the public in the fall of 2012.
To access the camera and to learn more about the project, please visit www.campaignofchampions.com
Ipad and iphone users will be able access the construction updates via the free OxBlue app. Once downloaded, type in pauleypavilion in the 'Open Link' box upon launching the application.