See Paul McCartney -- in virtual reality!

 First look at Oculus's new VR goggles
First look at Oculus's new VR goggles

Have you ever thought to yourself, "I really like this Paul McCartney song, but I wish I could see him playing it from multiple angles?"

If so, you're in luck! All you need is a virtual reality headset.

Jaunt, a Google-backed virtual reality startup, has released a new app that lets McCartney fanatics see a 3-D performance of "Live and Let Die" on their Android phones. The view of the concert changes as you move your head.

Just pop your five-to-six-inch Android smartphone into your virtual reality headset, and you can see the Beatles great and former Wings member playing the song during a recent concert at San Francisco's Candlestick Park.

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Don't have a giant Android phone? Sorry, this app's not for you.

Don't have a virtual reality headset? Google (GOOGL) has set up a website that shows you how to make one out of a cardboard box.

This is Jaunt's first virtual reality movie, but it's planning more.

Soon to come: "The Mission," which will follow World War II special operations battling on the Eastern Front. "Kaiju Fury!" will let you immerse yourself in a Godzilla-style battle between giant monsters. And "Black Mass" will be a virtual-reality horror movie.

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