MelodyVR, the premier virtual reality music platform, has released three extraordinary live shows, all exclusively available in immersive 360° virtual reality via the MelodyVR app for smartphone or Oculus VR headset. The three live performances by undisputed global superstars Khalid, Gunna and Future were all filmed this year in London and are offered now on-demand for the first time ever. Available on smartphones and VR headsets, the MelodyVR app can be downloaded at on.melodyvr.com/App.
Thanks to MelodyVR’s groundbreaking live-stream VR technology, an unlimited global audience will be able to experience all three concerts up close in full immersive virtual reality. By selecting different Jump Spots – a function unique to the MelodyVR platform – viewers can choose their location on the stage, getting them closer than ever before to their music heroes. All featured performances on MelodyVR are captured from multiple, well-orchestrated angles to give users complete control over what they see and where they stand. Whether it’s down front, deep in the crowd, or up close and personal with the artists on stage, MelodyVR transports users to places they never thought possible, from the side of the stage at a sold-out stadium show to the front row of a far-flung festival on the other side of the world.
The releases continue a milestone week for MelodyVR, following a landmark live broadcast from Nashville presented during ABC’s Good Morning America. Transmitted live from Music City’s iconic Wildhorse Saloon, “GMA Goes Country” – which celebrated last night’s 53rd Annual CMA Awards – showcased appearances by 2x CMA Award winner Luke Combs, nominee Maddie & Tae, as well as country music legend Trace Adkins.