Less than a year ago, TheWaveVR closed a $4 million seed funding round and are gearing up to continue changing music forever with groundbreaking projects like their VR album collaboration with TOKiMONSTA. Seeing the success of Electronauts and Beat Saber clearly shows that VR and music go hand-in-hand.
“From my first talks with TheWaveVR, which as it happened were in VR, I knew I wanted to get involved in this project,” says artist Imogen Heap in the blog post. “With my three-year-old daughter’s future in mind, it excites me how, through virtual reality, we are already able to connect in a more human way, even when time and place would have it otherwise. Having my fans experience a musical performance from within the welcoming walls of my family home brings a whole new dimension to connecting and communicating for me.”
The first showing of the event happened today at 11AM PT inside TheWaveVR, but you can tune in for round two tonight at 7PM PT inside TheWaveVR.