McCartney Releases Concert Video

Sir James Paul McCartney is one of the members of the famous rock band the Beatles, and is a singer, musician, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist. He is one of the most celebrated song writers in the 20th century.

The Beatles broke up, and their last commercial concert was held on August 29, 1966 in Candlestick Park. Paul McCartney later formed Wings in 1971 with his beloved wife Linda.

Paul McCartney wrote the theme song for the film Live and Let Die and it was performed by Wings. He also reunited with Beatles producer George Martin.

It became a major success, and he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song.

McCartney played this song as the final concert in Candlestick Park before it was closed. His performance was shot with Jaunt’s 360 degree stereoscopic 3D cameras and 3D microphone.

This concert is publicly available as a video with cinematic virtual reality. Many have seen it, including Sam Tabar. The materials needed to watch this video are Google Cardboard and a compatible android device.

Jaunt released the free app which enables the fan to watch the Paul McCartney’s performance in virtual reality. The company has planned to release the video on Samsung’s gear VR and on Oculus Rift.

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  • Anthony Denton
    March 14, 2017 - 1:52 pm | Permalink

    This was the first content released in public by the Jaunt’s Company. They also have various projects to work on concerts to sport events to film and animation. It is also a very good thing that writing help online has done to all and sundry.

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