Jaunt rolls out virtual reality video app 'Simply Paul McCartney'

Virtual Reality startup, Jaunt, has released its first Google Cardboard app called simply Paul McCartney.

Wellington: Virtual Reality startup, Jaunt, has released its first Google Cardboard app called simply Paul McCartney.

According to Stuff.co.nz, the app itself is free, and it's a 360-degree, fully immersive playback of the former Beatles' performance of Live and Let Die at the iconic concert.

Google's cardboard 3D headset worth 9.99 dollars can be purchased online.

The app works with most 4.7-inch Android Phones and also with the iPhone 6, the report said.

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