Google Cardboard comes to Windows Phone

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Remember Cardboard – a virtual reality headset that blew almost every virtual reality lover away? The Cardboard is indeed very clever, cheap and undoubtedly the best way to try out virtual reality. Although we’ve seen a lot of Android games supporting Cardboard, there’s a new Windows Phone game that supports Google Cardboard and probably any other cardboard viewer. InMind VR is a virtual reality game that lets you experience virtual reality with your Windows Phone. The game itself is pretty simple, it lets you explore the neurones of a brain. As the Windows Central notes, the game is pretty short. Here’s a short excerpt from the app’s description:

“This first demo allows the player to experience the journey into the patient’s brains in search of the neurons that cause mental disorder. Submerge into the microworld and experience the miracles of the human mind. The future is nigh. The humanity is standing upon the brink of a new era where modern healthcare makes tremendous scientific advancements. With the help of nanotechnologies, a surgical prototype bathyscaphe allows its operator to shrink to a microlevel and travel inside the patient’s body.”

And here’s the trailer of InMind VR:

InMind VR is available for free on the Windows Phone Store, but it’s worth mentioning that the game doesn’t support devices with 512MB RAM. Keep in mind that your device needs to have a Gyroscope sensor to allow the game to work properly.

Head over to this link to download the game from the Windows Phone Store.

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