You can now view our webcam live without interruption: Sagendorph Building — The red building on the left is the Sagendorph Building, part of the headquarters of Yankee Publishing Inc., publishers of The Old Farmer's Almanac and Yankee magazine.
Several construction projects undertaken between 1964 and the present have added a considerable amount of office space that is out of view of the camera. Yankee Publishing Parking — The parking lot in the center of the frame is used by the employees of Yankee Publishing and, occasionally, Dublin citizenry.
The first couple, a man and a woman, turns out to be a ruse: the man turns and kisses the man to his right, and the crowd cheers.
More surprising pairs are chosen: a heterosexual interracial couple, a lesbian interracial couple, a pair of friends with Down syndrome, a racially mixed family, a lesbian couple that includes a woman wearing an "Orlando survivor" T-shirt.
Located at the crossroads of campus, Ho Plaza serves as Cornell's town square.
After the unscripted moments in the stands, the video features shots of the couples overlaid with interviews about their relationships.
The Kiss Cam has been a reliable downtime distraction at sporting events for decades.
To celebrate Valentine's Day 2017, the Ad Council has turned the gimmick into a celebration of unbiased love for the third chapter of its award-winning "Love Has No Labels" campaign, created by R/GA.
You might see a fire truck or water truck on the far right, as the Dublin Fire Hall is located next door.
Sun Sculpture — This sculpture on the lawn between the two halves of the parking lot actually casts a shadow on the inside of the rings to indicate the time.