It’s a fucked up world out there. Technology clearly knows no bounds, able to conjure images of dead musicians with relative ease, or create phenomenons out of nothing, like Hatsune Miku. The Japanese vocaloid / living anime / CGI superstar / sign of the apocalypse proved to be a crazy enough sensation to catch the eye of producer Laurel Halo, who used Miku as part of a performance art installation, Still Be Here, at Berlin’s CTM festival. Two of the songs from the performance are now available to view, with VR 360 capabilities. Prepare for all music to be 360 degree-enabled, along with the rest of your media consumption.