Google Introduces a cool, less techie toy, a Virtual visual headset made of Cardboard
It uses a mobile phone type of screen with another special app showing 3D images
HOW IT WORKS
The headset is made from corrugated cardboard folded to form a no-frills enclosure.
A mobile phone is then inserted to act as a display.
When the headset is switched on, lenses in the viewer shows images from the screen as a left and right eye image.
Using a special app developed by Google, 3d images tand videos can then be viewed
Current headsets cost several hundred pounds, with many available only to developers.'Thinking about how to make VR accessible to more people, a group of VR enthusiasts at Google experimented with using a smartphone to drive VR experiences.'Checkout a Completed Headset below