Earlier this summer, we reported on a new universal app called Video 360, which lets users view 360-degree videos posted on YouTube. Now the Video 360 app has been updated to let users view those clips with an optional 3D VR headset or cardboard headset.
Here's the change log for the new version of the app:
- New Feature : 3D VR Headset supported (Oculus Rift like devices, Google Cardboard etc.)
- 3D VR Headset : Customize Interpupillary distance (IPD)
- 3D VR Headset : Buy recommended device via the app
- Better UI experience (click once to show/hide the player controls)
- Better video performances
- Handle URI to play videos (in addition of local & YouTube videos)
- Bug fixes
If you want to try this out, our sister site Android Central can tell you where you can get your hands on a cardboard VR viewer. The app costs $1.99, but there's a free trial and it's a universal app, meaning that if you get it for Windows Phone, the Windows version is free and vice-versa.
Download Video 360 for Windows Phone ($1.99, free trial)
Download Video 360 for Windows 8.1/Windows 10 ($1.99, free trial)
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