Now iPhone users can capture 3D 360-degree virtual reality photos too
Platform: iPad, iPhone
License: Free for personal use only
Google's Cardboard Camera app is now available to download on iOS.
The Cardboard app enables you capture and share moments with virtual reality (VR) photos.
Unlike traditional photos, virtual reality photos let you experience scenery and sound in every direction and in 3D. This creates the illusion of near things looking near, and far things looking further away.
To experience your photos in VR, you'll need to place your phone into a Google Cardboard viewer. See http://g.co/cardboard for more information and how to get hold of one.
Once created, your three-dimensional panoramas can be shared via email, in a message, or posted in apps and on the web.