Sensations of Sound | VR Experience

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For those who are deaf, music is not just about sound. In this immersive virtual reality experience, a young woman shares her experience of hearing music for the first time after receiving a cochlear implant.

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Comments

Artur Gorokh says:

Dear NYT, your videos are incredible, but why the 360 obsession? VR sets are still a rarity even in US, and without them, these videos become a static and void of composition low res versions of themselves

Simiral Entertainment says:

a cochlear implant it's for her "The Magic Flute" …

DykeZuki says:

Excellent Perception.
But why is the video quality so poor?

MErCH says:

She sounds a bit like an asian speaking english. No offense

Daniel Rogers says:

THAT'S SPECTACULAR!!!!! 👏👏👏👏👏⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐☺☺☺☺☺❤❤❤❤❤

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