Celebrities and fans have a relationship that is quite hard to describe. Both crave each other’s attention but want to maintain distance at the same time. Social media can make things easier but photos and videos, alone on Facebook seem not enough. Some celebrities think their fans deserve something better. But the problem is that they cant be everywhere at once.
Things could change, however, as celebrities start to acknowledge Virtual Reality (VR) and what it can do for their fans.
CEEK, an award-winning developer of hardware and software for Omni-channel distribution of Virtual Reality (VR) has partnered with major artists like U2, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and the recently announced World of Dance, to bring concert experience to the fans in a most immersive way short of being in the real one.
The VR company creates, curates, and distributes VR content for world-class partners on the CEEK Virtual Reality Platform and patented headsets.
With CEEK, celebrities can bring a uniquely immersive concert experience to their fans in Virtual Reality. Not only watching their idols perform, fans can have backstage passes, interviews, and 360-degree concert experience. The fans are not only watching, they can be in the concert. This is even better than going to the actual one. The CEEK technology helps celebrities and fans connect globally on a more personal level. Distance no longer matters.
The CEEK platform runs on the blockchain. It uses the CEEK token that gives its holders ability to participate in virtual reality space for real-world celebrity concerts, charity fund-raisers, sporting events, VR commerce, classroom learning and much, much more as the exciting world of virtual reality meets real-world opportunity through Smart Contract governance.