This experience is for Google Cardboard and other 3D mobile virtual reality headsets.
Use your virtual reality headset to explore the moon on foot!
-Stereoscopic virtual reality rendering and headtracking for mobile VR
-Realistic giant lunar landscape environment
Learn more about Google Cardboard here:
Works with any mobile stereoscopic headset with a built in accelerometer.
Some Compatible VR ( Virtual Reality ) Headsets Include:
Google Cardboard VR
Durovis Dive VR
◉ Optimized graphics performance
◉ Less ads
◉ Updated Google VR SDK
◉ Higher resolution surface textures
Ratings and Reviews
Needs some work, but interesting
Using a Victony VR headset, this worked ok. Unfortunately I'm using an iPhone 5s, which is small for this headset so the picture look like a square with one large black line on each side. Kind of like a standard broadcast on a wide screen tv. But the picture is very clear and 3d. One major problem is moving. The only way the app would move forward is if I held my finger inside the visor and touched the iPhone screen. I would like to see a button on the screen for auto advance. Overall this was entertaining.
Great Realistic Image
This shouldn't even be considered a game, it's more like a simulator.. It's an amazing view with mountains you can climb. There are even craters that are super realistic.. Although when I went in a crater,I couldn't get out of the crater.. that's the only thing I wish that would be fixed about this.. otherwise it's a great app to explore the moon! All those people saying it's doubled probably aren't using Google Cardboard. It's specifically for that and nothing else! Great app,though!
Has potential to be great!
I finally had a chance to try this outside and discovered that as I walked around the terrain stayed the same. The views are pretty good but I couldn't quite get it to focus properly. That fact that I'm as blind as a bat probably doesn't help, but it'd be nice if the terrain changed as you walked around. From some of the other reviews it seems that some people can do that. Anywhosal, nice job!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.