Other changes on Google Cardboard 2.0 is the magnet button. It didn’t work on every phone… now there’s a new button that works with everything (and it’s made out of cardboard, too). Cardboard now takes 3 steps to assemble instead of the previous origami expedition. There is an SDK out now that supports Android and iOS for developers to start integrate their apps.
All the people at Google I/O will receive a Goole Cardboard 2.0 pack and our very own Daniel Tyson (currently sitting in row 4 at the Keynote) will have his hands on one shortly!
Are you a Cardboard fan? The new features of Google Cardboard 2.o may drive the VR revolution fasted than we thought, integrating it into YouTube, classrooms and more! Have a look at the other posts on VR, Expeditions, Jump and a cool 16 GoPro rig for 360˚ video!
Last modified on 29 May 2015 5:23 am