Queen Bohemian Rhapsody in VR is Mindblowing

Bohemiam Rhapsody VR

Queens Bohemian Rhapsody in VR is the most amazing thing I have seen in my Google Cardboard Headset. During my first watching I had goosebumps and I also had them on the second and third watch!

I rate this the best film clip I have ever seen.

To see a little insight on how they put this together check out the video below:

The song Bohemian Rhapsody is simply timeless, everybody knows it. When I saw that this song had been turned into a Virtual Reality Experience it had me hooked right away.

When I put the Headset on my jaw dropped, I was floating in some sort of nothingness and a big eye sucked me in. All of a sudden I was in front of a fantastic stage watching Freddy Mercury on his Piano, Balloons, worlds floating by. Before you know it, you are transported into another scene, then another.

I found myself spinning around trying to catch everything which after watching this 3 times I am nowhere near. I recommend standing in a spacious area when watching this.

One of the best moments was when I found myself on stage, Freddy was on the screens and I could not see him anywhere else. I turned around then found myself looking at a packed house at Wembley Stadium I presume with big balloons floating up into the air. This was a breathtaking scene.

The creators of this also have found a way of representing the music in a physical way with sound coming off the guitars and the occasional note flying through the air.

The colours in this Virtual Reality Experience were extremely vivid but so perfect, this is truly a 360 experience and must be watched many times to fully take in everything. I rate this the best film clip I have ever seen. I thank Queen, Google and Enosis VR for creating this masterpiece, Bohemian Rhapsody in VR!

Download this App here: https://bo-rhap-vr.withgoogle.com/

Ken Lee

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