Finally we have a configuration QR code for configuring Google Cardboard apps! Aim your tablet here:
I am a technology teacher. Several years ago I purchased4 yay3d nexus 7 VR goggles to allow my students to experience Google Expeditions on our tablets. Somehow, one of my students lost one of the lenses. Is it possible to purchase a spare lens?
Thanks for this!
You might want to have a look at this:
I’ve pledged for a pair of lenses I intend to adapt to the yay3d. I’ve used the Sky a couple of times and they are amazing. Your lenses don’t require any expansion of the FOV for the Nexus 7 but theirs also have an incredible depth of field that accommodates a ridiculous range of vision without correction. In their comments I pointed people interested in the Nexus 7 to here.
Not sure if there’s a workaround for this, but the cardboard app on the 2012 Nexus 7 can’t open the front facing camera (i.e., the only camera). Thanks!
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