Google offers a new development kit for its Cardboard stereoscopic VR glasses and the App is now available in 39 languages in over 100 countries.
What Happens in the New Development Kit?
Google has updated its Cardboard software development kits for Android and Unity, by throwing into the mix a pair of highly requested changes, namely drift correction and Unity performance. This particular update will see a major overhaul of the sensor fusion algorithms that integrate the signals from the gyroscope and accelerometer, and as these improvements will substantially decrease drift, especially on phones with lower-quality sensors.
Cardboard aims at developing accessible virtual reality (VR) tools to allow everyone to enjoy VR in a simple, fun, and natural way. The Cardboard SDKs for Android and Unity enable you to quickly start creating VR apps or adapt your existing application for VR. Developers, click here.
For details, visit developers.google.com/cardboard.