iBlue DIY Cardboard 3D VR Glasses Smart Phone 3D Private Theater with Magnetic Sensor for 3.5 - 5.5 inches Smartphone

- DARK KHAKI 134918601

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Main Features:
A simple and inexpensive DIY virtual reality glasses
Made of high-strength corrugated paper
Installation process is simple and can be completed within 3 minutes
Can control your phone with the magnets
Suitable for 3.5-5.5 inch screen cellphone
Note: The phone in picture is not included

Specification

General

Brand: iBlue
VR Glasses Type: Cardboard
Features: Lightweight,Stylish
Material: Paperboard
Smartphone Compatibility: 3.5 - 5.5 inch
Compatible Devices: Android Devices,iOS Devices
Color: Khaki

Dimension and Weight

Package weight: 0.0800 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 13.40 x 8.80 x 9.00 cm / 5.28 x 3.46 x 3.54 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 15.00 x 11.50 x 4.00 cm / 5.91 x 4.53 x 1.57 inches

Package Contents

Package Contents: 1 x 3D Glasses Cardboard, 2 x Lens, 2 x Velcro, 2 x Magnet

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  • Tim
    Cardboard VR
    Color:Dark Khaki
    The Cardboard experience is driven by the apps you'll find on Google Play or Apple's App store. And Adult Swim's Virtual Brainload VR app for Cardboard is a handful of buttery, salty popcorn dumped directly onto your cerebral cortex. It's an overwhelming celebration of color and sound; also little nauseating, but mostly wholly incomprehensible. Mystifying colors are paired with haunting sounds capped with a cynical homage to Americana, before you're dumped unceremoniously back where you've started. And like popcorn (or whatever your preferred snack is), it's over far too soon.

    Low cost
    The low cost of Google Cardboard is one of the major reasons for growth in the virtual reality cardboard market. The cardboard is made from recycled paper, lenses are made out of plastic, and the magnet is made up of neodymium material. These are all easily-accessible materials, which means that the final product isn’t subject to the extreme price fluctuations normally observed in tech.

    Large number of vendors
    The whole point of Google Cardboard is accessibility. There are several local and global vendors in the market producing the device, and consumers can even make their own if buying one isn’t in the cards (although it is generally cheaper to buy one than make it yourself).

    The number of vendors in the market is increasing, with many expected to enter the listed vendors category on Google's website, and many other local vendors taking advantage of the low entry barriers in the market.

    Easy to set up and use
    Google Cardboard is one of the simplest virtual reality headsets to set up and use, with only three basic steps for setup:

    Assemble the Google Cardboard as per instructions provided by the manufacturer or buy an assembled kit
    Download VR applications and scan the QR code to personalize settings
    Place the smartphone in the cardboard to experience VR
    Apps for Google Cardboard are easily available for Android users, and Google has also released an SDK for iPhone users using the Unity platform.
    Suggestion
    Lack of content and low resolution apps
    Although consumers are generally happy with Google Cardboard, the product still lacks the content that could make it a daily-use product. The free apps that are currently available offer an immersive experience but are not utility apps.

    However, in Google’s view this might not actually be a problem. Google Cardboard was developed to understand the needs of VR consumers and provide a platform for VR developers to create content. Developers are expected to come up with enterprise applications for teleconferencing, training and simulation, and designing through the forecast period.

    Simulation sickness
    Low-cost? Yes. Accessible? Yes. A perfect solution? Not so much. Simulation sickness—which is the result of a disparity between a perceived experience and what one actually experiences— is a big challenge for the Google Cardboard.

    Vendors are working on developing better optics with advanced head tracking technology that could solve this problem in the next few years, in the hopes that users will be able to use the device for more than 15 minutes at a time.

    Hardware limitations
    Certain smartphones do not function effectively in Google Cardboard due to poor hardware specifications. Low processing power, internal memory, outdated processors, and low-quality displays are some of the issues that users might face.

    VR apps operate in high-quality resolution but many smartphone displays available in the market today are not capable of handling these graphics. Additionally, the magnet that is used in the cardboard design might not work efficiently with all phones since magnetometers in certain phones might be placed away from the cardboard's magnet.

    Annoying as they may be, hardware issues will hardly be a deal breaker for Google Cardboard. Phones will get more powerful, and vendors will start developing technology meant to be used for VR, which will only help the virtual re

    Oct 08,2016

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  • colin
    If you are looking to see what VR is like on your phone get this.
    Color:Dark Khaki
    I payed less than £1 delivered because of some GB points I had so it's disposable at that price, but I found I have used it quite a lot on loads of different apps. I have an iPhone 6 It's brilliant to just test the concept on your phone. Your not going to get oculus rift standard of image but it's good enough to get you into short games or videos. Your not going to want to wear this for long unless you put some straps on and foam to make it comfortable. I did cut out a section for the power button as I kept turning the phone off but it's made of cardboard so it's really easy to do. brilliant use of cardboard :) as for putting it together there are loads of videos on YouTube that show you how, but it's really simple.
    Suggestion
    None

    Feb 21,2016

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  • Will
    iBlue DIY Cardboard 3D VR Glasses Smart Phone from Gearbest.com
    Color:Dark Khaki
    Arrived in good time from gearbest.com, within 2 weeks. All parts needed were in the package. Perfect setup if you want to get an initial idea of what VR is all about. I'll definately move on now and purchase a more purpose build headset with straps having had the experience. Nice little gadget to show off to people how've never heard of or seen Google Cardboard. Be aware you will need G-Sensor / Gyroscope and NFC in your smartphone for this to work.
    Suggestion
    None really. I was fully aware this is makeshift, you can 'mod' it to your liking with a bit of extra velcro or scotch tape but it does its purpose.
    No assembly instructions are supplied but easy to find searching youtube for iblue cardboard.

    Mar 21,2016

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  • Tony Hammond
    Fully Recommend!!! But buy more than one!
    Color:Dark Khaki
    This is not just a piece of folded up cardboard. You get 2 lenses plus some other parts like rubber bands, velcro and 2 magnets, which make this a fantastic deal.
    Seriously.
    Look up on Youtube how to build it as its not totally straightforwards, and then download the Cardboard app from Google Play.
    Then your in for an amazing experience using google earth in 3D flying over towns and cities in VR! Not bad for so very little money!
    Suggestion
    Its made of cardboard! You will need some tape as well.
    - DON'T JUST BUY ONE - YOU LIKELY NEED TWO OR MORE FOR OTHERS!
    Irritatingly - The best App for Cardboard VR is called 'Google Expeditions' This is FAR more awesome than the bog standard 'Cardboard' 3d VR experience.

    You can fly over Mars in VR on a Mars expedition which is updated by the hour with the latest data from Mars Rovers for example.

    But you cannot use this solo, you have to have at least 2 people with the Cardboard viewer.... SO BUY MORE THAN ONE PAIR - IT WON'T BREAK THE BANK!!! (It makes a great present as well)

    Jul 07,2016

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  • John Swinders
    iBlue Google Cardboard
    Color:Dark Khaki
    Well, it essentially is a Chinese copy of the Google cardboard.

    The included rubber-band is actually supposed to act as a headstrap.

    Finally, the real kicker is that when the cardboard wears out, you could cut out another pattern from cardboard, and use the included pieces. As a bonus, cardboard is environmentally friendly, as it is decomposable, and recyclable
    Suggestion
    The product keeps falling apart by itself, if no blu-tac is used, but blu-tac will hold it together very nicely.

    Rubber band included is supposed to be a headstrap, but just that it is awkward to use. But for $10 HKD, I'm not complaining.

    Mar 31,2016

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  • Srđan
    I did not expect this quality
    Color:Dark Khaki
    - Looks good
    - Easy to pop out
    - MAGNET WORKS - this was the most important to me and I couldn't find many info about it. Yes. Magnet is used as a button and it does return to place once you trigger it

    To be honest, I didn't expect it to be this good as in quality, but I was greatly surprised. It works too, and if you are looking an entry level VR experience, this is definitely it.
    Suggestion
    - No manual so you have to figure it out yourself or watch video, not that hard to make it work tho
    - No head band straps, so you have to hold unit while playing games but you can't expect everything for $1.39 ...
    - Galaxy S5 sticks out a bit from the unit, but the screen area works perfectly

    Jun 03,2016

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  • O\'Sullivan
    Josh
    Color:Dark Khaki
    This unbelievably cheap brilliant made out of cardboard, for approx GBP£1, 3d portable cinema is great and works just as well as its GBP£19.99+ competitors with fancy straps on coz now I can attach it to my face as I have added an improvised but very effective head strap made out of 4 interlinked 'UK Royal Mail small parcel' elastic bands! LOL but cool!
    Suggestion
    With my improvised headstrap added it is now perfect and I am loving it thx!

    Mar 26,2017

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  • Joaquin Arosemena
    Very inexpensive and in stock
    Color:Dark Khaki
    I have been trying to get a set of cardboard 3d VRs to experiment with Virtual Reality, but they seemed to be sold out everywhere or at a very high price from people trying to make a lot of money on a peace of cardboard. I found that GearBest had them in stock at a very low price. I ordered 5 pairs to give to my friends. I have placed many orders with GearBest and can recommend this company.
    Suggestion
    The only con is that did not want to pay for express shipping and they took about a week to arrive, but that is not really a con.

    Aug 31,2015

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  • Alessio
    Cheap and good
    Color:Dark Khaki
    I waited almost one year to write this down! Well I still have my cardboard, it is functioning and doesn't wear too much. Cheap and well made, buy it if you want a taste of virtual reality! The lens are also quite good and provides a sharp vision. Every time I can't believe that I pay few euros and get perfect products from gearbest!
    Suggestion
    No cons at all, nothing to say here!

    Feb 14,2017

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  • Maksim Maksimenko
    VR Glasses Smart Phone 3D
    Color:Dark Khaki
    A simple and inexpensive DIY virtual reality glasses
    Made of high-strength corrugated paper
    Installation process is simple and can be completed within 3 minutes
    Can control your phone with the magnets
    Suitable for 3.5-5.5 inch screen…
    Suggestion
    not plastik

    Aug 16,2016

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