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Google Cardboard allows anyone with a smartphone to experience virtual reality in a simple, fun, and affordable way. RPTree is one way we’re exploring and sharing the exciting possibilities of this emerging platform.
1 Remove viewer from case
2 Open front and pull out tabs
3 Pull tabs up and fasten
4 Choose the "Virtual Reality" experience
5 Place phone in viewer, close and begin
Use headphones and remove protective film from lenses for best results.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What do I need to play in virtual reality mode?You'll need a mobile device capable of displaying WebGL and a headset that is compatible with Google Cardboard version 2 (that is, one with a trigger). Ideally, it should also have a means for you to plug in headphones for the best possible results and game play.
- How do I get a Google Cardboard?Play the game on your desktop computer (or on your phone or tablet in "Standard" mode) and tweet out your score, and you could win a special RP3 Google Cardboard, compatible with all Google Cardboard version 2 applications. Or, you can purchase a compatible Google Cardboard device from Amazon.
- Will this work with the Google Cardboard headsets the New York Times distributed?Yes.
- Can I use the RP3-branded Google Cardboard with other virtual reality websites and apps?Yes, the RP3 Agency Google Cardboard headsets can be used for any virtual reality experience that is compatible with Google Cardboard version 2.
- My phone is too small. The touch pad keeps bringing up the "Save Bookmark" screen.For narrower phones, such as the iPhone 5 and 5s, placing a pencil underneath the device while in the cardboard will help position it for better game play.
- How do I get my Android phone to pan properly?If your arrow is pointing in the wrong direction, you’ll need to calibrate your phone’s compass. See Google's site for instructions.