It’s been a tough year for dance music, and a new app has come along to change the game.
DanceVR, a virtual reality app, lets you see your dance performance in the most immersive way possible.
The app’s creators are excited to see what people are doing with the app and are working with the Dance Music Alliance to help make the app even better.
The Dance Music Association is a music and technology association that promotes dance music.
The group has partnered with the studios to promote the app, which is available on the App Store and Google Play.
The app uses a new motion capture system that uses high-quality, highly accurate audio data from a variety of sources.
The data is recorded at varying angles, allowing the user to accurately view and interpret the movement of the performers.
DanceVR allows users to see their own dance performances in virtual reality, with a view to making the experience even more immersive.
It works with the new motion-capture technology.
DMA director Paul Smith said in a press release that the app is “a way for dance artists to create new kinds of experiences and make dance even more personal.”
Smith said the new app is more about creating a “unique dance experience” than it is a dance-specific app.
“The new app does not need to be a dance app,” he said.
“We’re not looking for dance apps.”DMA’s chief executive, Jeffery Smith, also told The Hill that the organization is excited to be working with DanceVR.
“I can tell you that it is the next great dance app for dance, and we’ve been looking forward to getting involved in this space,” Smith said.
The company has received funding from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the National Association of Theatre Owners, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and the National Symphony Orchestra.