Great Start This app is an excellent way to view stereoscopic images in a compatible headset. When I was a kid my mom had all these pictures of her childhood taken in 3d and we used a little viewer to look at them - this is like that on steroids! It does crash occasionally when switching to a new image, and I would love to be able to view multiple images in a space by turning my head. I would also love to be able to swap left and right sides with a button, as that may help it work with crossview images. But great app!
Nice start It seems to work. Although the construction with needing a folder is far from ideal. For instance, on an LG-802 you can't get it to work. Also the app has Unity debug running on full which logs like crazy so it would be nice to get rid of that. A next step would definitely to register and intent receiver for images, relatively easy to implement resulting in a much better user experience. Just my 2 cents worth
Bad as implemented This app could have been good, even if the only change was the ability to advance the image with google cardboards magnet sensor. Why do I need an iDroid just to navigate images?! If this was fixed, my review would change
Crashes frequently, and more It works for about 1 or 2 minutes, then crashes. Drift is also an issue, and there's no easy way to fix it. If those problems are fixed, it will be a much better app. Unfortunately, it seems like it's the best option for now.
Not bad Basic functionality is there, but more could be added. Also crashes if you load too many images (someone isn't managing resources well) XD
Instructions not clear Took a while to figure out that the image can't be too large - that should be specified in the instructions. . And there need to be simple alternatives to the joystick to advance to the next picture (e.g. screen tap or swipe, volume buttons, magnetic slide a la Google Cardboard); since I don't have a joystick, I'm stuck with only one image.
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