Sensorium Galaxy is a social virtual reality platform backed by billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov and music streaming service TIDAL owned by Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Rihanna, Daft Punk, and other artists.
This VR platform should therefore allow artists to create exclusive performances in the alternate universe of Sensorium and offer fans a new experience of interaction with their favorite artists.
The universe of Sensorium Galaxy also includes a cryptocurrency called SENSO.
Sensorium Galaxy users can use the SENSO token to, for example, customize their avatar in this virtual world, by adding special effects via premium services paid in SENSO tokens.
SENSO tokens that will also allow you to buy tickets for VR shows or to have access to exclusive virtual meetings with the artists.
The Senso token is an Ethereum ERC-20 token already listed on Bittrex, Kucoin, bitcoin.com and Hitbtc.
Sensorium Galaxy will therefore combine virtual reality shows and the use of cryptocurrencies by fans of artists who will perform in virtual reality on this VR platform.
David Guetta is the first DJ to officially join this VR platform says the press release.
DJ and producer known around the world, he has notably worked with Madonna, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Snoop Dogg, Martin Garrix, Usher, Sia, John Legend, Nicki Minaj, Sean Paul, Kelly Rowland, Avicii , Ne-Yo, Akon.
The French DJ said:
“Sensorium Galaxy will take dance music and events to the next level, so I’m really excited to get on board! While digital events have come a long way over the past few months, I haven’t seen anything close to it.
VR allows us to create a new form of art. It’s a next-level experience that goes far beyond just watching a DJ show on a screen. The shows I am preparing for Sensorium will be the first step in a series of amazing projects that we will publish next year.
I believe this platform can forever change the entertainment industry and the way artists communicate with their fans – get ready to be blown away! ”
The public launch of Sensorium Galaxy is scheduled for the first half of 2021.
Virtual reality shows that will be accessible with a VR headset, a PC, or just connecting for streaming with an Apple Mac, Android mobile device, or iOS iphone, the company says.