Can't get to the Final Four? You can be there virtually. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
If you are watching the Final Four at home, but want to feel like you are in University of Phoenix Stadium there is an app for that.
Turner Sports, with the help of Intel, is offering virtual reality viewing of Saturday night’s the Final Four games and the championship on Monday.
Gonzaga plays South Carolina in the first game of the semifinals on Saturday night and North Carolina meets Oregon in game two.
To feel closer to the game, download the NCAA Madness Live VR app through the Oculus store and bust out your VR googles. There are two packages. For $2.99 the viewer can get a multiple camera view and productions and commentary specifically produced by Turner Sports for virtual reality. Spero Dedes is on the play-by-play and Steve Smith is providing analysis, with Lisa Byington reporting.
The $1.99 package provides a courtside camera angle and the CBS Sports broadcast crew of Jim Nantz, Bill Raftery and Grant Hill, with Tracy Wolfson reporting.
Find the app here: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/gear-vr/1427418783967012/
It can be a bit dizzying, but think of the money you can save in tickets.