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INDIAN ORIGINAL STORY.Skrillex is rocking the world, spiking his hair, and breaking all the rules of live performances. On August 20th, Skrillex performed in Dubai at Zouk, owned by Dubai Holding. Zouk is known for its huge open-air concert venues that can hold over 20,000 people. But unlike other open-air shows, Zouk hosts artists who have a technological edge to their performance. Zouk, like many entertainment companies in Dubai, has invested in virtual reality to bring a new dimension to their events.
Laying the Foundation
Modern technology at Zouk is the result of years of investment, where the company has even hired top notch engineers to make sure guests can enjoy the full panoply of electronic music presented to them through Oculus Rift, a virtual reality device that allows you to immerse yourself in a 360-degree digital experience.
Some of the biggest names in the music industry have been taking advantage of the technology to give their fans and the live crowd a new experience. Jimmy Page, Janet Jackson, and Snoop Dogg are just a few of the big names who have used their VR devices to perform and present new music.
Virtual Reality Changes the Game
Virtual reality had its roots in pioneering the use of three-dimensional computer games. In the 80s, developers on all different platforms like the Commodore 64, the Atari 2600, and the Mattel Intellivision showed the world the potential of creating a virtual reality.
But there weren’t many digital gadgets to play these games on. Most of us still played games on personal computers and consoles. In 1990, the Nintendo Entertainment System, or “Super NES” debuted, and everyone could finally play these games on a portable console.
The virtual reality experience of playing a game was much better than the old style of computer graphics. It allowed a person to get right up-close and feel the action. The technology had come a long way since the first 3-Dimensional arcade games. At that time, you could go to a gaming arcade and experience VR with movies that had explosions and car chases.
But virtual reality wasn’t something that every company could afford. VR was a very expensive technology and it was hard to see how a company could make money off of it.
Enter the Oculus Rift
Oculus Rift is Facebook’s answer to Microsoft’s Kinect. It allows you to
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