Watch J-Pop Dance Trio Perfume's Virtual Reality Music Video Ad for Panasonic

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Courtesy of Billboard Japan

Since earlier this year, <a href="/music/Perfume">Perfume</a>'s song "Everyday" and the J-pop dance trio's effervescent choreography inspired by "awa" (bubbles) have been featured in the campaign for Panasonic washing machines. 

The latest video in the AWA campaign is a virtual reality version called "Everyday: AWA DANCE 360° VR ver." that allows viewers to virtually stand in the center of the trio and watch them dance from all sides. 

The video can be viewed on YouTube and Panasonic's website, which says the VR visuals work on the latest versions of Chrome, Opera, Firefox and MS Edge on computers and on the latest version of the YouTube app on smartphones.

The Panasonic Center showrooms in Tokyo and Osaka have also set up a VR corner equipped with goggles to allow visitors to experience the world of the video as if they're really there.

Perfume will release a collection of their music videos Nov. 29 called Perfume Clips 2. The regular version of the new "Everyday" visuals will be included in the collection and won't be released anywhere else.

Watch the "Everyday: AWA DANCE 360° VR ver." video here:
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