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Acer to Show Its VR Broadcasting Technology in Taiwan

By Korbin Lan
Published: Jan 11,2017

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Taiwanese PC brand Acer announced that it will cooperate with KKBOX, Taiwan's largest online music provider, to provide the live broadcast services using VR technology to deliver a 360-degree live experience.

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The two will broadcast an annual pop song concert with VR technology. Acer will showcase its latest VR equipped gaming Predator PC on the January 21 at the Taipei Arena

Acer said that it will live broadcast the concert with directly post-production effects, then provide the 360-degree live experience via its VR devices to the people who outside the arena.

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