Black Coffee has recently announced that he will play a series of exclusive virtual reality shows on a new VR platform launching 2021. Multi-user virtual reality platform Sensorium Galaxy will house PRISM, the project’s destination for VR music events. PRISM comes with AI-powered special effects and triple-A graphics and allows fans to communicate with performances in realistic ways like experiencing shows through performers’ own eyes.
“While the pandemic brought a divide in unity physically, a platform like this [Sensorium] can reunite those connections whilst removing the physical limitations of the real world. I’m so excited to be a part of this exciting journey into the VR world.” – Black Coffee.
Black Coffee, the South African producer and DJ is known for his signature house sound, has recently released a set of 5 acclaimed albums during his career, with his sixth, “Subconsciously,” which is due for release in February 2021 via Ultra Records.
Armin van Buuren in October, announced that he would also have his own series of virtual reality concerts on PRISM in 2021, joining previously announced David Guetta and Carl Cox.
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