MJ Kim/MPL CommunicationsA newly launched app is giving fans the chance to experience a recent Paul McCartney performance in a completely immersive 3-D environment. Through the Jaunt VR app, viewers can watch footage of the rock legend playing his hit “Live and Let Die” during the historic final concert at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park this past August from every imaginable angle and viewpoint.

The program and the McCartney video can be downloaded for free via Google Play for use with the Google Cardboard viewer and Android devices. The 3-D content is being made available to celebrate the launch of Jaunt. The performance was captured using 360-degree stereoscopic cameras and three-dimensional sound-field microphones.

“The concert at Candlestick put Sir Paul McCartney in front of 70,000 live fans, and with our technology and the launch of our app, we’re opening up this access to many more,” says Jaunt CEO Jens Christensen in a statement. “We’re creating a completely new medium for entertainment. This is just the first step of our broader mission to bring viewers immersive access to the latest concerts, movies, sporting events and more through virtual reality.”

The immersive McCartney video also will be available soon for the Samsung Gear VR and Oculus Rift virtual-reality devices.

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