Google Cardboard at I/O 2015

An updated Google Cardboard fits larger phones, no longer has that magnet on the side, and is Google’s platform into easy to access VR.

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32 thoughts on “Google Cardboard at I/O 2015

  1. Odd how he talked about it, but forgot to mention the one thing that makes this things important, the field of view. I noticed Google made the lenses bigger in this version, does it still look like you are looking through a pair of binoculars on this version?

  2. Damn all these Cardboard 2.0 don't show the inner workings or assembly of the damn thing! I want to see what's inside and how it's put together. I want to see how the new button works.

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