Blisstime Google Cardboard 3D Vr Virtual Reality DIY 3D Glasses for Smartphone with NFC and Headband
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1. Needs an extra face pad - This model only provides two face pads that placed on the interior sides of the box; however, it would be nice if they could have provided one more padding for miscellaneous use, especially for padding the nose area which is partly due to the second negative below.
2. No second strap - With only one strap that goes around the head, the headset when attached to a phone is heavy and prone to cause uncomfortable downward pressure on the nose as well as chafing on the nose from the unyielding cardboard edges surrounding the nose area. As a result, it would have been great if this model came with a second strap that attached from the top of the box and over the top of your head as this would help to stabilize the device when using it by bolstering it from sagging due to the weight of one's phone which will also lessen the pressure on the nose.
1. I really do enjoy it, mainly because it is a new experience and for the money I think it is a decent introduction to virtual reality. In addition, it is fun to show all my friends and family.
2. There are many google cardboard apps-scary horror apps are the best experience IMO.
Overall excellent product, despite the negatives, and makes me excited for the future of virtual reality.
Note: I use an LG G2 phone which fits and works perfectly.
Regarding the product itself. It's a very easy to follow build. I have a Samsung Galaxy S6 Active and there are much bigger phones out there than this, but it doesn't fit well. When the Velcro sides are secured, the tight fit hits the screen save button and I'm constantly opening it to turn the screen back on. The tight fit also has the Velcro popping apart and coming undone.
Bottom line, it's a cardboard VR toy. Well worth the $10, but for a quality experience, you get what you pay for.
Other than that the cardboard is pretty sturdy and it works okay. Not that much cool cardboard content compared to Daydream though, so keep that in mind.
I don't blame the product, but the available content. You may want to wait a bit. It works, it's easy, and it's fun...but there's just not enough cool software out there.