Entertainer Nick Cannon Goes Deep into Virtual Reality … + You Can Too!
As Christmas swiftly approaches along with New Years Eve, 2015 is barely but a couple of blinks away. Stop, take a deep breath and let’s look back at November when all-star entertainer and entrepreneur Nick Cannon attended a Beverly Hills pre-party for the Consumer Electronic Show.
Nick got taken to a new universe.. literally. He was hot on testing out the newly released Virtual Reality Beginner’s Guide and Smartphone VR Viewer.
The product is the brainchild of iconic publisher Judith Regan and her son, Patrick Buckley, co-founder of DODOcase (Silicon Valley’s premier manufacturer of smartphone accessories).
Want more 411 on the Viewer?
Turn your smartphone into an interactive 3D viewer!
Inspired by Google Cardboard, this affordable, easy-to-assemble kit from DODOcase is truly amazing. Fly through the Grand Canyon. Explore London from your living room. Create your own 360-degree photo spheres and watch videos on an immersive screen. All you need is your smartphone to unleash the power of virtual reality!
Includes a guide to the technology and promise of virtual reality, teaching you how to make the most of your new viewer, revealing the science behind this revolutionary experience, and sharing an exclusive interview with the creators of Google Cardboard.
Kit includes everything you need to start exploring 3D applications and videos with your smartphone (pre-cut cardboard VR headset, German-designed biconvex lenses, and NFC tag).
Starts shipping October 24 via USPS—up to 3 viewers ship for only $2.95!
(The 2.95 is the shipping cost! It is not the cost of the viewer guide and kit. The price for the viewer and guide from Reganarts.com is $25.95! Some vendors might price it higher. All prices quoted are good on the date of 12/7. Price changes may occur (up or down) after this date)
This VR system can be purchased at ReganArts.com or any of these retailers(each name is hyperlinked to the specific page).
Barnes & Noble: (Cost here: $17.86)
Amazon.com (Cost here: $17.60)
BooksaMillion.com Or BAM (Cost here:$17.58)
Indiebound.org (Cost here: unknown)
Dodocase.com (Cost here: $26)
For the full list of phones compatible with the Google Cardboard app, visit g.co/cardboard. For full viewer assembly instructions, visit dodocase.com/pages/vrkit1.
Portions of this guide are modifications based on work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/.
Follow Nick Cannon’s lead on this virtual reality kit and try it out. It’s affordable and a great gift for many on your holiday gift list!
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