The music academy at the Prestige Music Academy in Colburn, Australia, has launched a 3D-focused app that lets you watch ViviDarts as if you were inside the academy.
The program, ViviArt, is a way for students to immerse themselves in the music of one of Australia’s most revered classical music academies.
It lets students watch Viviaristo and its world-renowned composers in a virtual concert hall.
Its main attraction is that the videos are presented in 3-D, which makes it accessible to students who are visually impaired, but it also lets them interact with the program’s content.
It’s a way to make the experience a little more accessible to them.
It makes them feel like they are actually there.
It’s just something that you can do in a real life concert.
I think it’s something that could really get a lot of people engaged and interested in music and arts education in the community.
We’re going to keep adding to this program as we develop it and as we learn more about the world around us, and learn more, it becomes more relevant for us, Dr. D’Alessandro said.
The app lets you zoom in and out and select various elements of the concert hall or stage and view live performance videos.
You can then watch the videos while listening to music.
This is a real world experience, Dr D’Allegro said.
It allows students to experience the concerts in their own space, and is also an opportunity for the academy to get a broader audience, including families and other people who might not have the opportunity to attend the concert.
The music academy said it will continue to develop the app.
It can be downloaded on the Apple App Store for $3.99.