Google’s 3D Audio Could Transform How We View Live Concerts

Google’s 3D Audio Could Transform How We View Live Concerts

A new immersive entertainment project from creates a hyper-realistic listening experience

Jennifer Passas
  • 11 august 2016

Of the multitude industries that could be transformed by VR, music seems to be one of the ripest and best suited for the added value virtual reality could bring us. VR has the potential to transform music videos and the quality of sound that we experience while listening to music remotely. In an attempt to get ahead of the VR music game, Google recently launched a spacial audio experience on the web that only requires a pair of headphones to experience. The open-source project called Omnitone makes it possible to rotate sound fields according to the direction the user is facing.

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