Universal Music taps AR and VR to hype new releases

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    The companies will work together to create immersive music, which will then show up on Within’s app, which is available on iOS, Android, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Sony PSVR and Google Daydream. The idea of this new partnership is to begin collaborations early in the music creation process to better integrate VR and AR into the creation, production and promotion of new tracks, rather than just as an add-on after the fact.

    View the original article: https://www.engadget.com/2017/10/30/universal-music-ar-vr-hype-new-releases/

    “Music is one of the most uniquely transformative mediums of human expression; combining it with immersive AR and VR experiences creates a new art form exponentially more powerful than the sum of its parts,” said Within’s CEO Chris Milk in a statement. “This partnership allows us the incredible opportunity to work with top artists at UMG to create ever more meaningful and expressive immersive music experiences.”

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