The Google Cardboard makes virtual reality (VR) accessible to everyone. By simply mounting a smartphone into the foldable, cardboard headset, anyone can immerse themselves in virtual reality.
Google Cardboard works with IrisVR’s mobile app, Scope, which allows users to view and share 360° panoramas. These panoramas can be captured in Prospect software or rendered with V-Ray, OctaneRender, Lumion, Corona Renderer, and other programs. Then, panoramas can be uploaded into Scope and shared with others to be viewed online or in VR.