Virtual reality company, TheWaveVR, says that their social virtual reality app will allow people, ‘to view, host and socialize in live and recorded shows worldwide, anytime, anywhere,’ which is likely to impact the concert experience immensely. Artists will get the chance to perform a virtual reality live concert simply by importing their tracks, customizing the visuals of the venue, and sharing their performance online.
Fans will be able to participate in these experiences via most major virtual reality head mounted displays, which will allow them to interact with performers, socialize with friends, dance, paint, and much more.
We are working toward empowering artists and music lovers and also transforming the way people connect through music by building the world’s first musical metaverse in VR. Music creators will be able to fully customize how their audience experiences the music, whether that’s by transforming the venue from a realistic nightclub to outer space or putting on the most unimaginable light show ever.
Fans won’t have to travel the globe or miss out on their favorite DJs, musicians or festivals anymore and can experience the music like never before, while socializing in totally new ways alongside their friends.
– Adam Arrigo, CEO of TheWaveVR
To prove the concept, TheWaveVR is going to host what it dubs ‘the world’s first VR Rave’ on August 5-6, in partnership with SubPac, Skullcandy, PhaseSpace and 3DLive.