Björk has released an Apple Store app designed specifically to view her 3D video for “Stonemilker“, previously promoted as an in-person only experience at exhibitions in New York and London.
The video was made available via YouTube in June this year, but the new app is designed to recreate some of the in-person experience.
“Stonemilker” is the opening track from Vulnicura, released earlier this year, while the video is shot in Björk’s native Iceland, by Andrew Huang, and includes an ‘immersive’ string version of the track.
For the full experience you’ll need virtual reality glasses, though the app does work in a more basic way on iPhone and iPad without the accessory.
You can see an interactive version of the 3D filming via YouTube, below:
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