Paul McCartney concert Android app released in 3D

Paul McCartney 3D Android

British singer Paul McCartney has launched in recent days a virtual reality application (free) with which you can see a concert held last August at Candlestick Park stadium in San Francisco, the venue where the Beatles last performed, in August 1966. McCartney performed on this occasion before 70 people, in a concert that served as a farewell to close the stadium before its next demolition.

With this application for Android devices, the exBeatle has become one of the first stars to offer the experience of a concert in virtual reality to his fans. The free 3D app It runs only on Android smart devices from 5 to 6 inches, of the latest generation (launched last year), and uses cardboard virtual reality glasses from Google (Google Cardboard) that you can buy or assemble yourself in house for a little less than 10 euros.

The 'app' offers a 360 degree view of the concert, allowing viewers to appreciate everything that surrounds McCartney, his band, the crowd, and the stage. The concert also has surround sound, which varies depending on what the viewer is watching. McCartney's show was originally recorded with stereoscopic 3D cameras, which offer a 360-degree view, and three-dimensional microphones.

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