Sony has shown VR-technology for online concerts (video) – news – UNIAN

The American singer Madison Beer helped in the presentation of the company’s technology.

Sony held a concert using VR technology / video screenshot

At CES 2021, Sony demonstrated the technology of conducting immersive concerts using virtual reality (VR) technology.

As reported 4PDA, the American singer Madison Beer helped in the presentation of the company’s technology.

With the help of new developments in the field of creating 3D-objects in real time, the artist gave a concert in a precisely reproduced with the help of Unreal Engine concert hall Sony Hall, located in New York.

Spectators were able to watch the concert using PlayStation VR and Oculus virtual reality headsets. The singer’s photorealistic digital avatar reproduced all her movements in real time.

Thus, the technology made it possible to achieve the maximum effect of immersion. The singer performed her song Boyshit in the virtual Sony Hall. It is likely that in a pandemic, the demand for such technologies will grow.

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