SubPac Is to Host a Silent VR Rave During VRLA Using Its M2 Wearable Tech

    SubPac has partnered up with VRLA this summer to host a virtual reality (VR) silent rave using their immersive wearable music tech.

    The Silent VR Rave has a massive mash up of different VR technologies that all complement each other as it will have a DJ lineup using TheWaveVR as well as the HTC Vive, integrated with video screens from 3D Live to create a mixed reality experience. Guests will be invited to enjoy the rave using stereoscopic glasses as well as headphone, as well as the all-important SubPac M2 wearable bass system, which will vibrate and react to the music, giving another dimension to the immersion.

    “As the VR industry continues to evolve, we’re proud to be on the forefront of enhancing virtual interactivity with physical sound,” says Todd Chernecki, CEO and co-founder of SubPac. “Since developing wearable bass in 2012, we’ve applied physical audio to hundreds of applications, and VR/AR is at the top of the list when it comes to creativity and innovation.”

    “The SubPac adds an entirely new dimension to VR experiences that make them way more immersive and engaging. I can’t help but smile every time I use one, and so we’re thrilled to work with SubPac on the world’s first VR rave,” says Cosmo Scharf, Founder of VRLA.

    As well as this, SubPac will also be exhibiting at the event in West Hall B where attendees can try out the tech for themselves if they can’t get to the Silent VR Rave.

    For more of the latest that’s happening at VRLA, as well as all the news, updates, and features in the world of VR, make sure to check back with VRFocus.

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