Ubitus K.K., a global cloud streaming technology leader, is supporting VIVE ORIGINALS of HTC to host the ‘Taiwan Roar’ metaverse music festival on its entertainment platform ‘BEATDAY’, December 18th and 19th, 2023. This event spotlights a groundbreaking collaboration among popular newcomers, including Suhf, Aquaman, and Green Father, will bring the first 360-degree viewing angle and free perspective concert to the Taiwanese hip-hop community.
BEATDAY, the world’s first holographic music metaverse platform, utilizes advanced volumetric capture technology to recreate every detail of artists’ performances, offering a uniquely immersive experience. The event features three distinct scenes, each with exclusive thematic styles and visual effects tailored to the artist’s songs. Attendees have the opportunity to customize their avatars, enjoy a comprehensive 360-degree view of the concert, and participants can also use special virtual props to support their idols during the concert. Moreover, friends can hang out in a special communal space, as if they are going to a real-life party.
Virtual concerts in the metaverse can transcend the limitations of the physical world and enhance the accessibility of musical events. By leveraging Ubitus’ cloud streaming and rendering technology, attendees can enjoy high-quality visual content from any location, with a simple browser click on their PC, mobile phone, or tablet without needing app downloads. The ease of online participation broadens opportunities for both fans and artists, potentially expanding the market reach and scale of musical concerts.
Source: Metaverse Insider