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This Panoramic 'Gigapixel' Photo From The Battle At Bristol Is Absolutely Amazing

A general view of the field at the Battle Of Bristol.

The Battle at Bristol panorama 'Gigapixel' photo is breathtaking.

These Gigapixel panoramas, which are often taken at the nation's largest sporting events, have become very popular over the last few years, and Saturday's Battle at Bristol between Tennessee and Virginia Tech was an obvious event for it.

With 156,990 fans reportedly in attendance for the game, the Vols and Hokies blew away the previous record attendance for a college football game, which was held by Michigan Stadium for the Wolverines' 2013 game vs. Notre Dame (115,109).

Now, fans who were in attendance can spot themselves in the crowd, thanks to the impressive Gigapixel technology. Click here to check out the awesome 360-degree panorama.

Fans can also tag themselves and friends in the stands. Even those in the farthest reaches of the bleachers can get a decent shot of themselves.

A general view of the fans in attendance for the Battle At Bristol.

Tennessee pulled away in the second half, and beat the Hokies 45-24. Fans in the upper reaches of Bristol Motor Speedway probably didn't have a great view of the action, but the atmosphere in the stadium and tailgating in the lots beforehand had to help make up for it. Tennessee (2-0) hosts Ohio in Week 3. Virginia Tech hosts ACC foe Boston College in its first conference game.