Vrse.works helms Muse’s first VR music video “Revolt”

    Vrse.works the virtual reality (VR) production company behind horror experience Catatonic, which recently launched on iOS has now revealed its latest project. Created in partnership with Apple Music and directed by Guy Shelmerdine, is a 360 degree immersive music video experience for British rock band Muse.

    The VR experience has been created for Muse’s new single Revolt from their latest album Drones. It was shot on location in Prague ​with the ​story and aesthetic built​​ ​around the themes contained within Drones. The video is set within a dystopian future, where rebel women fight against cold cyborg riot police. Shelmerdine weaves the story through the point of view (POV) of drones, hovering above (and interacting with) the mayhem. The result is a sweeping, cyber-punk VR experience.

    To watch the Muse VR music video Revolt, simply download through Vrse’s app for iOS, Android or Gear VR. For iOS or Android users will need a VR head-mounted display (HMD) like Google Cardboard, Merge VR of similar.

    VRFocus will continue to follow the latest VR announcements from Vrse and its production company Vrse.works as new projects are launched.


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