As multiple tech giants turned their attention to virtual reality projects, this emerging tech segment is shaping up to be the next evolution as far as home entertainment is concerned. Google Cardboard may not be the most impressive virtual reality project, but unlike Sony's Project Morpheus, the Oculus Rift, and the HTC Vive, it is dirt cheap and doesn't require any sort of powerful, highly-expensive PC. Furthermore, while all major VR projects are all scheduled for a 2016 commercial release, Cardboard can be used right now.
If you already have an Android phone, getting on the Google Cardboard bandwagon only requires you to spend about $20 to get an assembled headset, or even less if you plan to make your own. Once your Cardboard headset is ready to go, make sure to check out these 5 best VR games for Android!