Or what if you could rewrite, enhance or personalize Gaga’s Moster Ball performance and add in your own director’s cut on a fan-driven audio and video commentary track that you could control with your remote?
And what if you could created your own virtual concert story and share it with your friends and family? What if you could pull from other media you took during show or your own personal playlist and collection of photos and virtual concert merch and upload it all to tell your own concert story? I’m thinking it would be like what Halo gamers do but this version would be a 3D TV virtual and fully interactive concert fan forum that you could access through your TV and that would stretches across time and space.
Live music always becomes more meaningful when you realize the emotional context of the concert by become aware of what you and other fans around you were feeling during the show.
So what if there was a special feature that , as you had your 3D goggles strapped on, enabled you to upload your concert story while you watched the 3D concert, and then you could click on other fans in the crowd on the TV in front to explore other fan stories who had also uploaded their story? That would be an amazing feature that would revolutionize how we experience a concert.
Having that feature would allow you to take your live music moments and extend them far beyond just that night. It would let you remember, recreate and evolve your concert memories with an entire community of concert fans just like you.
Even better, what if the band hid virtual Easter Eggs in the 3D Blue-ray concert DVD and when you unlocked the Easter Eggs you won tickets or other prizes. Or what if these virtual Easter Eggs revealed unique information about the bands and venues that you didn’t know before? In this type of situation it would be fun to compete against other concert fans to see who could unlock the eggs, it might even be like Foursquare or other social gaming experiences.