You are on stage right next to Paul McCartney with a new VR experience released for your iPhone!
A new VR experience became available for iPhone users, as Jaunt VR has released the Paul McCartney Concert for iPhone.
You can just lay back and enjoy hearing him play “Live and Let Die” live at Candlestick Park, while you are practically on stage, so close that it feels like you could touch him.
You are part of the show
Being on stage and watching the concert from two different points of view is extraordinary. You get the feeling that you are not just watching the show, but becoming a part of it. For sure, this would be the kind of moment that you have dreamed of, one that you would share stories about.
Being near a Beatle
As the concert starts, you find yourself near Paul’s piano. The excitement of being so close to one of the Beatle legends will knock you off your feet!
The stage experience
As you start to come back into your senses, you notice some more details. You can see the way the stage lights move, the tripod of a photographer, some stage hands. All in all, being on stage can be distracting. Focusing on the show can be hard, once you notice all the little details.
The best seats in the arena
Another point of view is the one from the front of the stage.You get the best seats and it feels as if this concert is just for you.But if you like the feeling of being in a crowd better, you can simply turn around.
How about the audience?
You can watch the people in the crowd and notice what they are doing. For example, some had their hands over their ears for the entire song. A couple in the audience smoked something out of a vape device they brought to the concert, while sharing happily with everyone else around.
Experience the VR Concert on your iPhone!
You can simply download the free app from the Apple app store or find it on Google Play, for your Google Cardboard. It has also been available on the Gear VR for several months and you can find it in the Oculus Store.
Jaunt is making more content available for iPhone users, stay tuned! We look forward to their amazing features that bring VR closer to the public.