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The free Android app shows Paul McCartney’s virtual “reality” performance


Remember The Beatles, of course you do. The English rock band’s very own Sir Paul McCartney is embracing new technologies by launching an application in the Google Play Store. His recent concert performance was recorded by special 3D cameras and you can enjoy it by downloading the app. This is a brand new amalgamation of musical genius and technical advancements. The virtual reality app enables you to experience Sir Paul McCartney’s song in a 3D format. You feel as if you are on the stage with the legendary musician. The concert was held at Candlestick Park, San Francisco in August 2014.paul-mccartney-virtual-reality-app

McCartney performed Live and Let die, which the cameras show in a 360 view. The application that brings you such innovation is free to download from play store. The only requirements you need for this is a smartphone with screen size more than 5-inches. The cinematic effect is achieved by using Google’s Cardboard virtual reality viewer.

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Cardboard was released in June 2014 and is now used practically as apps are being developed. Jaunt Virtual Reality has developed this application has made sure you get the best viewing experience of live concerts as it showcases the crowd view, backstage view, on stage view and even on the side of the musician (here Sir Paul McCartney) view. The special sounds, views and song combine to make you feel so good.

Virtual reality apps are the future and entertainment gets applauded by the people. Other musicians are also partnering with virtual reality developers to ensure that the fans get this amazing experience. Starting with such a legendary artist, virtual reality can really explore and bring out more in a musical performance. Google has also priced Cardboard at a low price to make sure virtual reality is experienced by as many people as it can.

The android application can be downloaded from this link.


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