Awesome ...... But This app is excellent, it feels like you are really in a cinema . The ability to watch you tube 3d content is fantastic.. the only thing stopping me from buying the full version is that when I click on sd card the app doesn't find my film folder... I tried taking a film out the folder but the app still couldn't find it. I had this issue with another vr cinema when they listed "sd card ", I clicked it and it done the same as this app , however , they also had " ext sd " listed and when I chose that it worked
Can only navigate UI, demo should have limited media plays What's the point of this demo if I can't see how media looks on the screen? The UI is nice and it's great to be able to navigate with headset movement; I understand that this is a cinema app but if you took all these features and allowed for a full screen view and 180-360 degree options in the menu then this would be the best VR player is the store.
As others have said, drifting is very bad. Before you know it you're practically looking straight up in order to look forward inside the cinema. If they just had a view reset option it wouldn't be so bad I guess but certainly not worth buying the full version unless you like having a jacked up neck.
Whilst a nice looking cinema, the option to play video is primarily disabled (80% of screen blocked off) unless you pay resulting in this app being completely useless as a video player in this state. In my opinion, they should either make only "advanced" features (3D YouTube, LAN, etc) in the pay option, or remove the free option altogether as it wastes users time and gives them false hope.
Perhaps the full version is worthy of more than one star however this demo version is not. It does not allow the viewing of any video, but instead only offers the ability to look around the theater. One should not have to wade through reviews to learn that this is by design. It should be clearly stated in the description. As it stands, this demo is a useless waste of a 64mb download that is completely ineffective at showing the user what the app is capable of and thus coaxing them to purchase the full version. The demo should allow the user to view random short snippets of no less than one minute of any video. Not just the beginning of a video as movies often lack any substantive content at the beginning. The user should also be able to test the controls. Until the demo offers a true glimpse of what the full version is capable of, it's impossible to justify making a purchase.
I think it's a little messed up to have a demo version of a cinema app and you can't view any kind of video. Really?... not even a sample video?? I would consider paying for the app if I could see the quality of the content the app is designed to play. Fix and I will update review and buy if it lives up to description. ..because that's all we have to go on at this point.
-strongly improved performance,
-resolved: phone overheating issue,
-added: automatic aspect ratio feature (3:2,4:3,5:3,5:4,16:9,16:10,21:9 - available in Settings menu)
-more Youtube search results with page navigation
-fixed possibility to display all Youtube videos
-added 3D over/under display mode
-selecting a movie fragment on a movie timeline by pointer
-restored barrel distortion/IPD settings
-resolved screen brightness override issue
- Removed Thumb scenery due to performance issues
A powerful Virtual Reality player;YouTube 3d video;vr movie;for cardboard