Chase Holfelder , an American singer, songwriter and music producer residing in Raleigh, North Carolina recently recorded a cover of the popular 90’s song “Virtual Insanity,” by Jamiroquai.
Holfelder recorded the cover completely inside a virtual reality rig with the help of the HTC Vive and VRScout.
He used the SoundScape VR project to play and sequence the music. This allowed snap drums with virtual drumsticks and play the piano using the Vive paddles.
Such commendable efforts by artists like Holfelder show us the possibilities of Virtual Reality and how we might be interacting with complex systems in the future.
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