Eric Church’s Stagecoach Festival Performance Can Now be Purchased for VR Viewing
The VR Ticket is compatible with Google Cardboard and Gear VR.
If you’re a fan of musician Eric Church then you might want to checkout vantage.tv’s release of the “Eric Church at Stagecoach 2016” live music experience which has been filmed in 360-degrees.
While companies such as NextVR, Live Nation and Sliver.tv, have been offering immersive coverage of sport, concert and other events for free, albeit in a somewhat limited fashion, vantage.tv is one of the first to create a full length concert in 360-degrees that users pay for in a similar vein to buying a ticket. Recording the Eric Church performance at the 10th installment of the Stagecoach Festival, the vantage.tv experience offers 180 and 360-degree views from the audience and stage using eight camera positions.
Partnering with DTS to create the immersive audio using its DTS Headphone:X technology to deliver full surround sound with head tracking, vantage.tv allows users to control their own experience by choosing between alternate camera angles like the multiple camera director’s cut or the front row view.
During the live performance Church plays some of his biggest hits like 3x Platinum-certified Springsteen and songs off his latest album Mr. Misunderstood including his recent No. 1 hit Record Year and Knives of New Orleans.
Full access to the event can be purchased for $19.99 USD for a VR Ticket to experience the concert performance or $34.99 for the VR Ticket + VR Viewer bundle if you don’t have a headset. Eric Church at Stagecoach 2016 is compatible with iOS, Android and Samsung Gear VR.
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