WINGS (WIde-field Nearby Galaxy-cluster Survey: Fasano et al. 2006) is a wide-field and multiwavelength survey of 76 galaxy clusters in the local Universe. The sample consists of all clusters at 0.04 <z< 0.07 in both hemispheres at Galactic latitude | b | > 20 selected from the ROSAT X-ray-Brightest Abell-type Cluster Sample, the Brightest Cluster Sample, and its extensions. The WINGS survey is based on B and V imaging for the 76 clusters over a 34' × 34' field of view taken with the Wide Field Cameras on the INT and the 2.2m MPG/ESO telescopes.
With the aim of covering the virial region and extending out into the infall region, we have obtained GTO OmegaCAM imaging in the u-, B- and V-bands over 1 by 1 degree for 45 fields covering 46 WINGS clusters (Gullieuszik et al. 2015). A large spectroscopic follow-up campaign targeting these clusters was carried out with AAOmega on the AAT (Moretti et al. 2017 ). We named this extension of the WINGS survey, OmegaWINGS.WINGS website