HTC Vive vs Google Cardboard
Google Cardboard, meanwhile, is the worst virtual reality tech we’ve seen, but on the plus side, it’s available right now, it’s cheap to buy (and even cheaper to make), and requires nothing more than a recent smartphone to work.
So, given that all you need is a bit of cardboard, some scissors and a spare morning to become the owner of a virtual reality headset, here is TechRadar’s top 10 Google Cardboard apps you should try.
How do you physically grab a drink while wearing an Oculus Rift headset that has you immersed in virtual reality? Figuring out how to navigate smoothly between the physical and virtual worlds could greatly improve virtual reality experiences as VR headsets become more widespread in both entertainment and workplaces. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign decided to test out several possible scenarios that would allow people to see just enough of the physical world to take a sip of coffee or soda without removing their virtual reality headsets.