Apple and U2 use VR to put fans 'on stage' next to Bono and The Edge

Apple’s experimenting with virtual reality (kind of).

As part of U2’s European tour, Apple Music and the rock band recently created a virtual reality experience called “The Experience Bus” during their London stop. The experience put fans on the virtual stage alongside Bono, The Edge and the rest of the members as they rocked out to “Song for Someone,” according to U2 fan site @U2.

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In addition to being able to look around in all directions as if they were standing on the stage right next to the band, VR participants could also see fans singing in the crowd. The VR experience will reportedly make its way to a few of U2’s remaining tour stops, including four shows in Paris and two shows in Dublin. Read more…

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