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Verdom IT Projects, creators of “the 360” application RoundMe (available in the App Store of Apple), released update, which allow users to immerse themselves in the virtual reality with its iPhone. But how? With Google Cardboard, of course.
Essentially, Roundme represents a community of people who want to shoot the ball and / or standard 360-degree panoramic photos. And with “VR” update applications has twice as interesting.
All you have to do – once logged in the application, and you have found the place you want to explore – to activate the VR mode on your iPhone and then you put your smartphone in Google Cardboard. That’s it! Then just move your head in different directions to browse captured interesting places. This is not the first application which takes advantage of VR capabilities of Google Cardboard, but considering the tons of great places that you can view in RoundMe, you will be very satisfied. Have a look at the attached video.

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