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Google Cardboard is a $2 VR Headset

It’s easy to get lost in all the I/O announcements. Android L, Google Play Games, the Moto 360...Google seemingly...

Google Cardboard is a $2 VR Headset

It’s easy to get lost in all the I/O announcements. Android L, Google Play Games, the Moto 360...Google seemingly pulled out all the stops at this year’s conference, but one thing that’s still blowing us away is Google’s Cardboard project.

 

Aptly named, Google Cardboard is a VR headset from cardboard, made to be assembled by the user. Costing just $2 and requiring 30 seconds to assemble, Cardboard is Google’s middle finger to the overpriced Oculus Rift. It’s cheap, it’s easy to assemble and modify, and it works with a regular old Android smartphone.

 

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It also has a magnetic switch built into the cardboard that can be used as a click command, or modified into a working joystick with a bit of tinkering. Google’s adamant to prove that the Cardboard can do anything the Rift does.

 

One catch is that the Cardboard headset isn’t meant for consumers. Rather, Google’s made the system specifically for developers, hoping they’ll provide valuable input in the development of Google’s consumer VR model. Let’s hope it’s not too expensive.

 

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