You've probably got the OnePlus Cardboard by now, or some other form of the affordable Google Cardboard. To actually get the virtual reality experience you can find plenty of apps in the app store, but who has the time to look through all of them right? While we spend most of our time watching Paul McCartney perform live (Paul McCartney Live and Let Die app), here are 10 other apps that you should definitely try on your Google or OnePlus Cardboard.
This is the first app you should download on your phone to experience VR. This app has demos of all aspects that you can experience via the cardboard. With this app you can fly out to fancy places using Google Earth and watch your videos on a big screen as if you're in a cinema hall. Try the animated Windy Day story, it's a must watch.
VRSE features 360 degree stories told via VR. These videos also feature binaural sounds making it a much more realistic experience than anything available for the Cardboard right now.
If you want to check out the world beyond the boundaries of your country, Orbulus is great app to help you with that. It gives you a first hand look of various places in the world.
Fulldive is an all -in-one app for VR. It gives you access to VR videos on YouTube, you can use your phone’s camera to take pictures and videos in VR, and the app even lets you browse the web in VR.
If you always wanted to see dinosaurs up close, here is a good way of doing that. The Jurrasic VR app is currently as close you can get to the big lizards that roamed the earth millions of years of ago.
The North Face: Climb
Another great app to experience on the Cardboard is this rock-climbing and base jumping videos app. You will see youself climbing the mountain in Moab, Utah alongside premier outdoor sports athletes. Quite the view from up there, trust us.
Roller Coaster VR
Roller coasters are fun for both kids and adults alike, and this virtual roller coaster ride tries to bring that experience to your living room. It might not give you the exact thrill you feel while rolling down a sloped rail, but it's close.
Zombie Shooter VR
Any new gaming platform isn't complete if there is no zombie shooting game on it and so, here we are. You shoot zombies in this game, need we say more?
House of Terror VR
If you like the horror games genre, you should try it out in VR and House of Terror can be your starting point. You are investigating an empty house, which has a backstory and you can’t leave without solving the mystery. Intriguing, right?
Sisters is an immersive horror game that unfolds right in-front of you. The game has binaural audio that can give you chills. Try it out, and you will have a tale to tell.
And if you are still asking the question, What else? Youtube has you covered, just type in #360 in the search bar and you will have hundreds of videos to watch on your Google or OnePlus Cardboard.