YouTube for Android now supports Google Card board VR headsets
Google has announced its official YouTube application for Android offers support for that Card board VR headsets.
The 360-degree videos published towards the site is now able to enjoyed in virtual reality, allowing users to appear in each and every direction and revel in a feeling of depth.
“Near things look near, far things look far. If you were looking forward to 360-degree videos, this really is pretty freakin’ awesome,” Google authored around the YouTube blog.
Users by having an Android phone along with a Card board headset have access to clips by tapping the brand new card board readers to separate the recording into right and left eye views.
Early clips incorporate a Hunger Games Experience or TOMS Shoe Giving Trip, but Bing is also giving video creators the opportunity to create their very own clips, although a fairly advanced camera rig is needed.
Google has additionally announced it’s made every video online friendly to VR headsets.
While there’ll not be any ability to go searching the frame, see depth or any one of so good stuff, users can notice a “kind of virtual cinema,Inches by choosing the Card board option in the watch page menu.
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The update comes using a new YouTube application from Google Play.
Google Card board represents the most cost effective method to get on the bandwagon with virtual reality. In May Google announced that more than 1m everyone was now experiencing VR with card board.