Cardboard Camera is the 360-degree photos app from Google that lets users turn in a circle to capture a panoramic 3D photo that is best viewed in VR.

The app debuted on Android in December but today it was released for iPhone.

The app also received an update recently on Android. You should definitely give it a try as it’s essentially one of the easiest and most available methods by which you can capture a photo to view in a VR headset. The app captures photos in 3D and can also record audio, so if you open up the image in a Cardboard viewer you can enjoy the ambiance of whatever environmental sounds were happening during the capture.

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