A Leading Streaming Music Service Launches Virtual Reality App to View Concert Footage
New today from Rhapsody.
Available for iPhone or Android (iOS 8 or later; Android 4.3 or later).
“We’re excited to unveil the latest project we’ve launched — Rhapsody VR, a virtual reality (VR) app that immerses you in a live concert experience by dropping you onstage with the artists.
Rhapsody VR is available on iOS and Android and works best with Google Cardboard viewers. Rhapsody VR features exclusive live performances, including Talib Kweli’s classic “Get By” and two performances by the up-and-coming Flatbush Zombies, “Bath Salt” and “Bounce.” All you need to get started is to download the Rhapsody VR app, browse videos and drop your phone into a VR viewer (if you don’t have a VR viewer, you can still enjoy a 360º video experience with your phone).”
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