Virtual Reality Links to VR Environments & Immersive Videos

Virtual Environments – Motion-Emotion-Lab | Virtual Performance Training Project

VR – Apps & Tipps

YouTube Channels and some 360° or 3D YouTube Favorites

Websites & Street View


Social Media Networks

Equippment, Hardware ….


VR Projects & Music Performance

  • Matthias Frank, Neva Klanjscek, Manuel Brandner, Daniel Rudrich, Nils Meyer – Kahlen (IEM KUG – Electronic Music and Acoustics at University of Performing Arts Graz Austria): Augmented Practice-Room
  • EnsembleVR — Overcoming your Stage Fright with Virtual Reality (Website) YT-Clip
  • VRhythm – Keep the VRhythm Going: a Musician-Centred Study Investigating How Virtual Reality … Clip
  • VRcool – „Immersive Virtual Environments“ Clip – Glowinski et al.
  • Performance Simulator: „Simulating and stimulating performance“ (London) Clip
  • VR Rehearse and Perform: A platform for rehearsing in Virtual Reality – Vali Lalioti, Sophia Ppali et al. (DOI) Clip
  • PIANX – A Platform for Piano Players to Alleviate Music Performance Anxiety Using Mixed Reality, Yara Fanger et al. (DOI)

Interested or working in the field – Virtual Reality Music Performance:

  • Bergen/Norway: Irem Eliassen (Physiotherapist/ MSc Performing Arts Medicine) & Alisa Rysaeva Saali-art
  • Dr. Daniel Bellinger (Psychiatrie Uniklinik Würzburg ) & Prof. Dr. Maria Schuppert – Studie
  • Dr Helena Daffern & Dr Gavin Kearney (AudioLab, University of York) Dr Jude Brereton (Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media, University of York): VR singing
  • Aleksandra Michalko, Adriaan Campo, Marc Leman, Kristel Crombé K., Stephanie Willai & Bavo van Kerrebroeck (Institute for Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music (IPEM) , Department of Art, Music, and Theatre Sciences, IPEM, Ghent University, Belgium) : Improving group musical experiences in virtual reality, using a biofeedback control system
  • Boris Stajic & Maja Pokric (ARVRtech, Novi Sad, Serbia) Rocketreach
  • Helena Daffern and Jude Brereton (University of York, UK): VR to investigate togetherness in singing