Harmonix Demos A Music Visualizer for Project Morpheus VR


Harmonix is working on a new title for Sony’s Project Morpheus VR headset and… it’s a bit odd. The company has basically created the VR equivalent of those insanely weird music visualizers that people used to love in Winamp and Windows Media Player. Harmonix Music VR can take any song and generate a unique visualization to the track. By choosing between a number of different “worlds,” you will have some control over what type of visualisation you see, but the idea is still for each track to look as different as they sound. “Sometimes fireflies show up to compliment a relaxing melody, and sometimes stars descend to engulf you in synthetic spirals of color,” explains creative lead Jon Carter. There’s no release date for Music VR yet, but the Morpheus headset itself is set to launch in the first quarter of 2016. Check out the video below and let us know what you think!

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Paul Hartling

As the Senior Editorial Producer, Paul has been writing about music games for just over a decade and has no plan on stopping. He started playing rhythm games with DanceDanceRevolution 3rdMix in the Winter of 1999 and he still continues to keep beatmania close to the chest.

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