Cardboard VR Comes to the iPhone

It seemed like Cardboard VR iPhone devices just wouldn’t exist for the longest time. Apple has a tendency to adhere to all of their own standards. When Alphabet announced that these devices would put on the market, it turned more than just a few heads as a result.

Google offered instructions on how to assemble your own Cardboard viewer if you wanted to do it. Unfortunately, many users found that it was more difficult to put together one of these units the they were led to believe. Cutting cardboard just right so that it doesn’t hurt to wear isn’t exactly the easiest thing in the world to do.

To make matters worse, iPhones have extremely specific dimensions. This means that if you don’t cut the cardboard exactly right, you won’t be able to get the 3D effect aligned just right. Professional units take all of the guesswork out of the process. They’re guaranteed to work with Apple’s unique line of mobile devices.

This has helped to make the Cardboard viewer an ideal platform for various types of events. Movie studios and game developers are now giving convention attendees their own Cardboard viewers to watch presentations given in VR. Best of all, these aren’t simple disposable goggles like the 3D glasses that were once popular in movie theaters. People can actually take them home and expect to use them with their phone long after they’ve left the convention center in spite of the fact that they don’t cost much more to make than the older units.

If you’re looking for a custom printed portable Cardboard viewer in the San Francisco area, then you’ll want to get in touch with DODOCase VR. They’ll put together something that’s perfect for your promotion or convention. Each Cardboard VR iPhone device they assemble will be compatible with devices from Apple’s ecosystem.

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