Jaunt's cinematic VR experience enables fans to watch the musical legend in 360 degrees

Fans of the legendary musician Paul McCartney can now experience a special performance in an immersive 360-degree virtual environment on their Apple device. VR footage of “Live and Let Die” from his concert last year in San Francisco’s Candlestick Park enables fans to experience the live show in a new way.

The app, developed by tech company Jaunt, lets fans view the performance in 360 degrees with stereo 3D and immersive audio. Jaunt’s first publicly released cinematic VR experience, it was originally launched in November on Google Cardboard and Oculus Rift and is now available for free on the App Store, requiring iOS 8.0 or later.

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