Not quite sure why but the eyes are the wrong way round (before anyone assumes otherwise, yes I did turn the phone round just in case). You can see further to the right with your left eye and vice-versa, thus making it unwatchable unless you close one eye. The concept is there and it could be a fantastic free service but the calibration is just the opposite way round.
Definitely the future of watching sport but not there yet. Watched the CL final on my Gear headset but found it pretty blurry and confusing when the camera changed from one side of the pitch to the other. You could select a specific camera but then you lost the commentary and replay screen so had to stay on auto for that. Look forward to future improvements
What a disaster, firstly the picture quality means this should never have been launched. I've 20/20 vision but can barely see the ball. Aside from that the menu constantly gets in the way of viewing. The configuration is very poor, as after 30 seconds I had the view of someone lying on their side staring up at the sky just to see the half way line. This technology shouldn't have been launched yet. DISASTER!
It's a good idea but all the example content is blurred. Not sure if I'm doing something wrong, although other apps are ok. Hopefully the CL Final will be ok
Well thanks for the free Google cardboard, but the final was completely unwatchable due to the blurred picture. I calibrated with Google cardboard and other apps work great. What is the point of advertising VR if your unable to deliver it properly. Thanks again for the Google cardboard, I'll use it with apps that actually work.
Useless. Configured my vr headset which usually works perfectly could see everything twice close together. Even tried configuring to other headsets and it didn't change
WDR 360 VR is the app of the West German Radio for 360 ° and virtual reality.
Virtual Reality player;YouTube 3d video;vr movie;cardboard;gear;google VR;oculus