Android smartphone users can now watch Paul McCartney’s recent Candlestick Part concert in virtual reality by downloading this app and using it in conjunction with Google Cardboard or similar smartphone-phone based headset.
“Â It was a spectacular show, one we think everyone should be able to experience,” said Vaunt VR, the company behind the app, in their announcement. “And now you can.”
Jaunt VR is a hardware manufacturer that makes the leading camera for filming in 360 degrees.
“Feel as though youâ€™re by Sir Paulâ€™s side as he plays ‘Live and Let Die’,” the company said. “See it in 360-degree, stereoscopic 3D, hear it with ambisonic audio, and immerse yourself in cinematic VR. Itâ€™s like nothing you have seen, heard, or felt before.”
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