Capture and share VR photos with Cardboard Camera, now on iOS 3 años ago

Whether you’re hiking on the Olympic Peninsula or attending your cousin’s wedding, go beyond the flat photo or selfie. With Cardboard Camera—now available on

Bugaboo Spire in B.C., Canada captured by Googler Adam Dickinson Starting today, you can also share your VR photos with friends and family on both iPhone and Android devices. Select multiple photos to create a virtual photo album, tap the share icon, and Cardboard Camera will generate a link (like this) that can be emailed, messaged, or posted in apps and on the web. With a VR viewer like Google Cardboard, your friends can relive those moments as if they were there.

From rock concerts to real estate to mountaintop vistas, more than 5 million moments have been captured with Cardboard Camera on Android. Share your VR photos with the #CardboardCamera hashtag—we can’t wait to see the world through your lens. Posted by Carlos Hernandez, Software Engineer, Cardboard Camera https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-FGzO_cj6Fos/V9YAgDQbvxI/AAAAAAAAS6o/H_ub_x9paCY1i3_qnYZZ-wXvHh2jBZlVgCLcB/s1600/IMG_20160728_134237.vr.jpg Carlos Hernandez Software Engineer Cardboard Camera

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