There’s something inexplicably enticing about being a tourist without leaving the comfort of your home.
And then there’s voyeurism.
With webcam company EarthCam’s latest addition to its nationwide fleet of streaming video cameras, you get the best of both worlds, as people can now keep a watchful eye on a bustling part of downtown Atlanta around the clock.
As downtown’s SkyView Ferris wheel celebrates its sixth birthday, EarthCam is announcing the debut of 4K streaming views visible from atop the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame.
The vantage point includes downtown’s most prominent tourist area, Centennial Olympic Park, with a slice of downtown and Midtown skylines.
The cam can be used to watch concerts, fireworks shows, and other events at downtown’s largest park.
“We’re excited to partner with EarthCam to offer a bird’s-eye view of events in the vibrant downtown area while increasing awareness for our attraction,” Dennis Adamovich, Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame CEO, stated in a press release.
The Atlanta camera joins a collection of feeds that watch over places like downtown Chicago, Baltimore, part of Route 66, and the Los Angeles Rams’s stadium.
Curbed Atlanta hasn’t managed to spot anything exactly scandalous yet, but more than 60,000 people have scoped the downtown view since the stream began.
Just know, as you cruise around Centennial Olympic Park (or hang out on your west-facing downtown balcony), someone might be watching.