A few months ago, I wrote about Virtual Reality and how it might change the future of music industry, especially from the perspective of independent musicians. Last week, French electronic music producer Jean-Michel Jarre has announced his new partnership with social VR platform TheWaveVR to allow fans to view his concerts for his new album in virtual reality. With this new initiative, fans will be able to view the concerts at home using VR headsets and remix songs from his new album.
Virtual Reality is one of the most popular trends right now. From utopian dreams to dystopian nightmares, everyone has a vision (no pun intended) as to how virtual reality is going to shape our future. In this post, I want to make a quick introduction as to what virtual reality could mean for independent and creative artists and how it may impact our careers in the near future.