Download cut lines here if you want to make your own.
· Laser Cut from Acrylic
· 4D Integrated Perspective
· 360 Degree Spatially Accurate Sound
· 20/20 Resolution
· Released April 1st, 2016
Now shipping Google’s brilliant new Actual Reality Headset, based on Google’s open source design. Ships as 6 pieces of acrylic. Assembly required! Clear tape or acrylic glue required for permanent assembly.
With the release of the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive coming soon, Google has raised the virtual reality bar by announcing “the world’s first actual reality headset”. This version is currently available without the head straps, although an advanced kit with head straps may be available in the future. For now, those who eagerly seek new hands-free gardening, skateboarding, and park-bench-sitting experiences can easily tape Google Cardboard Plastic to their heads.
No screen tearing, ever, due to the infinite frame rate first person view. Absolute unparalleled graphics accuracy, with real dynamic range brightness. Compatible with all apps. May not be compatible with your glasses, sorry.
Google Cardboard Plastic
Real USPS Priority Shipping Included Assembly Required Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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