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VRJournal learned Thursday that Jammcard — a private social network of music’s top professionals — is teaming up with Arcturus, a new VR company funded by DMG Entertainment and led by Ewan Johnson (Pixar), Andy Stack (YouTube) and Devin Horsman (Forbes 30 Under 30 for Gaming).

And what exactly are these pioneers doing? We’re told that they will work together to produce JammJam VR Sessions.

The new VR sessions, which launch this week, will give fans access to an immersive 360-degree view from the center of the JammJam, a private, in-the-round style session with L.A.’s top players. The first music series of its kind, viewers will find themselves completely surrounded by the players.

Want to see the first session? Take a gander below.

 

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