Google's Cardboard Camera app for iOS is here; iPhone users can snap 360 degree VR photos

Google's Cardboard Camera app for iOS is here; iPhone users can snap 360 degree VR photos
Last December, Google's Cardboard Camera app was made available to Android users, allowing them to snap 360 degree VR photos in 3D. Today, Google has announced that the app is being offered to iOS users in the Apple App Store. Taking one of these 3D photos is a snap (pun not intended). Simply hold the phone vertically (in portrait), tap on record, and slowly turn around as if you are shooting a panorama.

These VR Photos can be shared with family, friends, and even your enemies sporting either an iOS or Android device. Pick multiple pictures to create a virtual photo album, and click on share. The Cardboard Camera app will create a link that can be emailed, texted, posted online and shared with every one. Using a VR viewer like Google Cardboard, those you share the photos with will feel like they are really at the scene.

The app is free and you can pick it up by clicking on the appropriate link below.

Download Cardboard Camera (iOS|Android)


source: Google

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