how to download virtual reality applications for ostron cardboard

OSTRON | May 23rd, 2016

Virtual reality app can be downloaded in android powered smartphones by these simple steps

  1. Go to Play store in your mobile
  2. Search for keyword "cardboard" or "vr" or "virtual reality "
  3. you can find numbers of vr app there which is compatible for ostron cardboard
  4. now you can download and enjoy app via ostron cardboard
some are good app For watching video you can download
  1. Ascape
  2. NYT VR
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Enjoy Social VR App vTime cardboard to chat with friends in virtual reality Via Ostron cardboard

OSTRON | May 22nd, 2016

Enjoy social VR App using ostron cardboard and lets have chat in VR mode with friends

vTime cardboard ,its ‘sociable network’—allows up to 4 people to connect at a time in variety of virtual environments, from sandy beaches to sheer rock faces. Boasting a social network-style layout, vTime offers a friends lists, suggested friends list, and a ‘random matches’ section for chatters looking to make new acq

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cardboard viewer magnetic switch not working with Xperia :ostron vr fix

OSTRON | May 20th, 2016

My Sony Xperia did not work with the original Cardboard magnetic switch on the left side. I find out that by moving the switch to the right side the switch worked. This is a simple method for doing that without relocating the original switch apparatus. Follow video link below for fix:

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I see double image ,what can i do : Ostron vr FIX

OSTRON | May 19th, 2016

The resolution of each phone is a bit different. Especially when you have a custom rom such as Cyanogenmod running. Try to scan this code with your Cardboard App.


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Daydream : A Google Virtual Reality Platform

OSTRON | May 19th, 2016

Google is launching a new virtual reality platform called Daydream. Built on top of Android N, Daydream is essentially Android for VR: it’ll offer users a home screen from which to access apps. Among them will be Google stalwarts including the Play store, YouTube and Photos. Google already has a VR platform, Cardboard, but that’s a deliberately limited beast, designed to let users trial a VR-lite experience through nothing more than their existing smartphone and a piece of laser-cut cardboa

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