3D VR startup company Jaunt established in 2013 was on hand to capture Sir Paul McCarthy’s final concert at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park in 3D. Jaunt has release the 3D experience
its first piece of content which can be used with Googles new APP Google Cardboard.
Quote for Jaunt co-founder Jens Christensen: “Today we have released this spectacular experience to the public. Feel as though you’re by Sir Paul’s side as he plays “Live and Let Die”- see it in 360-degree, stereoscopic 3D, hear it with ambisonic audio and immerse yourself in cinematic VR. It’s like nothing you have seen, heard or felt before.”
In order to view the concert in 3D you’ll need a newer smartphone and the Google Cardboard virtual reality viewer. The Google Cardboard 3D VR viewer is a do-it yourself kit. The 3D Paul McCarthy experience will be coming to Oculus Rift soon!
Jaunt plans to make headway into the emerging new world of 3D VR feature film making. Jaunt is working with Los Angeles based filmmaker New Deal Studios. The two will be developing a cinematic project using Jaunts 3D cameras and is developing a horror and a World War II movie.