Without a doubt, to the former member of the White Stripes, Jack WhiteHe likes to innovate and surprise his followers beyond with his musical talent. One example of this has been the release of his second solo album, Lazaretto, to which he added a special version that includes a hologram.
Now White returns to give another twist to its technological surprises with the recent announcement of the launch of a virtual reality application called Third-D, which will allow its users to enjoy some of their presentations in 3D, that is, in 360 degrees using the Google Cardboard, a hardware to experience virtual reality on Android devices. The lucky ones who live in the city of Nashville (USA), the label store Third Man Records will give away limited edition Google Cardboard sets to those who buy the ultra version of their latest album, Lazaretto.
With this application Android, White's followers will be able to see some of his recent performances, including 'Freedom at 21' and 'Ball and biscuit', both from the concert that the musician gave a few weeks ago in Fenway Park, in addition to the song 'Dead leaves and the dirty ground ', included in his presentation on Red Rocks. The application is available only for Android devices and can be downloaded from the Google Play store.