John McMartin was a distinguished American stage actor. He also exhibited his talent in acting in films and television. He was born in Indiana but grew up in Minnesota. He had his first stage performance in 1959 with 'Little Mary Sunshine'. Two years later, John had an opportunity to appear…
Paul McCartney to Launch New VR Documentary Series
Legendary vocalist-lyricist Paul McCartney and Jaunt, his producer, today released the initial two scenes of PURE McCartney VR. This version is a six-part arrangement of virtual reality (VR) documentary shorts. As a feature of the impending release of PURE McCartney, a profession-spanning collection album, each of these realistic VR encounters dig into the stories behind some of Paul's most notable tunes.
Fans will experience an individual encounter with Paul as he describes recollections and experiences identified with different tracks while sharing chronicled, previously unseen footage. Shot in his private home studio, the PURE McCartney VR scenes include "Coming Up", "Dance Tonight" "Early Days", "My Valentine”, and "Mull of Kintyre". This album's release will happen in sequences, beginning today, and proceeding through the PURE McCartney album release scheduled for June.
The team searched for the creative skill of the most creative minds in the business to develop the series. The team includes Producer and Soundscape Architect Geoff Emerick; award- winning Director, Tony Kaye; and Executive Producers Doug Allenstein, Cliff Plumer, and Lucas Wilson. The subsequent VR experiences incorporate superb cinematic VR. Excursion VR is accessible on Android, iOS, Desktop 360, Gear VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
The PURE McCartney VR series presentation is by VisitBritain and the Great Britain 'Home of Amazing Moments' #OMGB campaign. Paul McCartney has played, and keeps on playing, a focal part of Britain's music legacy and the GREAT Britain CAMPAIGN is pleased to be part of this creative and earth shattering activity that gives everybody the chance to share great moments with Paul McCartney in VR.