Show co-sponsered by Google aims to celebrate TheWaveVR's first major update since launch.
Virtual reality (VR) social music platform TheWaveVR is planning to celebrate its first major update since its initial beta release in April, 2017 with a social one-night-only show, featuring a performance by EDM DJ Kill The Noise.
The show go live on 30th November, at 7pm PST, and will contain a mix of interactive 3D visuals on a brightly coloured, psychedelic theme, alongside a live set presented by Kill The Noise, an international DJ best known for his collaborations with artists such as Skrillex, Fatman Scoop and Michael Angelacostos, as well as his work on numerous film soundtracks.
The special show is being co-sponsored by Google, and has been set up to celebrate the release of The WaveVR’s first major update since its beta release. The update is planned to be pushed out just prior to the show, and TheWaveVR is promising some surprises for users who download the update.
The concert is expected to last for an hour, with an after party which will feature Drum&Bass Arena and Titan Records at Pearl Grey Music’s Home Cave.
Previous concerts and experiences presented by TheWaveVR have featured Los Angeles producer TOKiMONSTA’s album Lune Rouge, along with shows presented by Ash Koosha and Strangeloop’s N-FOLD, with Ash Koosha’s AKTUAL show aiming to raise awareness of problems with borders and censorship.
TheWaveVR is currently only available to American users, though for them the app is free to download from Steam, and is supported by OculusRift and HTC Vive. For US-based users, further information can be found on the Steam Store page.