Cinematic VR Brings Sir Paul McCartney Closer to Fans than Ever

Virtual reality takes over for Sir Paul McCartney's concert

Virtual Reality earns its concert chops with the appearance of Sir Paul McCartney from last year’s concert at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park. Although some 70,000 fans were able to watch the legendary musician live from the stands, a free iOS app created by Jaunt is now bringing a new visual experience — letting those with iPhones and iPads view through an iOS app the former Beatle’s performance of “Live and Let Die” in a 360-degree virtual environment.

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This week we look at the trailer for local South African film, "Jimmy in Pienk", we review an IOS app that will help you with Shot-Listing, and we have a look at the "JOBS" Trailer.

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