The cardboard camera This option allows you to register in 360 ° images and sounds so that they can be displayed through a cardboard box (homemade) to allow more immersion for the viewer.
This is a virtual reality application that only works in conjunction with a cardboard box – which is required in order for you to be able to view the images in VR. Including google we went there at Techforpc Cardboard (here and here) and you can assemble your own homemade RV goggles. Just follow a few simple steps.
The photos taken with the app in motorhomes are three-dimensional, so objects in the vicinity really remain close to you and far too far away. Google gives you several cardboard samples to test with the glasses. All examples are in very different environments (mountains, parks, waterfalls, etc.) to show the potential of virtual reality images.
The images gain more depth and realism when registered by the app and also record audio panoramic environments. To view the images in VR, just put your smartphone in a Google Cardboard Viewer (see some options here) and have fun with the magic.
In order to run Cardboard Camera on your computer, you need to install BlueStacks emulator.