Whether you’re at the show or not, live music fans are always dreaming about our favorite concerts in the past, present and future. And when you imagine the possibilities of 3D TV, the live concert experience can be even more personal, memorable and exciting.
Earlier this year, Phish 3D debuted in theaters giving Phish fans the chance to experience the their favorite jam band in full 3D. Filled with curiosity and wonder I went to check it out.
Watching Phish 3D turned out to be one of the most unique concert experiences I’ve ever had.
But on the downside Phish 3D could have gone from good to great with more fan-centric and innovative storytelling elements. So can 3D TV make that a reality? Is it the interactive next frontier in the ever evolving virtual concert experience?
Will Phishheads and other concert fans have the chance to re-experience live music like never before? It looks like it.
Sure, nothing can replace the feeling of seeing your favorite band live in-person at the show.
But what if you could re-explore your favorite concert in the comfort of your home? Would that open up a whole new world of possibilities? Would it give fans more creative control of how we experience and remember our live music moments?
There’s hasn’t been any official word on the Phish 3D movie coming to Blu-ray DVD any time soon, but there have been other artists getting ready to virtually rock your 3D TV.
Lady Gaga, Alice in Chains and other artists have recently filmed their current tours using 3D technology. Which means that Little Monsters and 90’s grunge flannel-rocking fans can expect to buy 3D Blu-ray releases of those concerts in the very near future.
So if your live music experiences are being virtually reinvented on a 3D Blu-ray DVD, what special features would you wish for?
Would you want to be virtually transported on stage with Gaga herself? Or how about an interactive 3D behind-the-scenes adventure of taking our through the construction and operation of her lavish broadway-style sets. What if you could see in 3D how she magically transforms with her gazillion costume changes during a show?