Google Cardboard Expands to iOS
May 28, 2015, 1:43 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Google today provided a small update to its Cardboard virtual reality product. To start, the actual viewer is now larger and simpler to assemble. Google says it will fit phones with screens up to 6 inches, and the viewer assembles in 3 steps rather than 12. Further, Google updated the Cardboard SDK so developers can create apps for Android and iOS devices. Google is also making an effort to push Cardboard into classrooms through a program called Expeditions, where it thinks Cardboard can empower new ways of learning about the world. Google is pitching Expeditions as "field trips to anywhere." Last, Google showed off a product called Jump that uses a 16-camera array to capture 3D, 360-degree footage for virtual reality content.
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