Free, self-service XR creation platform Volta XR is to play a vital role in heightening the experience of many festival-goers at this year’s Glastonbury.
This year’s Glastonbury festival attendees’ experiences will be greatly enhanced thanks in large part to Volta XR. The game-changing technology will be prominently shown at the Gas Tower, Shangri-La, as well as on the Greenpeace stage with the HE.SHE.THEY party. It has already been used by musicians like Imogen Heap, DJ Yoda, Maceo Plex, The Blessed Madonna, and others. For a select group of musicians, such as Bonobo, TSHA, and Jamie Jones, it will provide immersive visuals.
Creators may now broadcast immersive experiences with “metaverse-reaching” capabilities thanks to Volta, which has already been named one of TIME Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2021. With the help of cutting-edge technology, live streamers can automate numerous visual effects in time with their music using desktop audio, MIDI controllers, and digital audio workstations (DAWS) like Ableton.
One of Glastonbury’s most recognizable late-night venues is the Gas Tower at Shangri-La. It’s a place where innovation in technology, art, activism, and education all work together to provide a glimpse of the future. Ai Weiwei, a Chinese icon, and Volta XR are among a distinguished group of VJ and AV artists. Also utilizing the technology will be the worldwide house and techno dance series HE.SHE.THEY on the Greenpeace stage.
A number of well-known artists are using Volta at Glastonbury, but it can be used by any artist, whether they’re performing at Glasto or a club night, creating a music video or other social media content, or streaming from their bedroom to Twitch or Youtube.
More information is available via this link.