YouTube's Android app is getting into the VR thing. Starting with an update that's rolling out from today via Google Play, the app now supports VR videos.
There are two layers to this. First off, you can view VR videos - a new type of video that gives you "a sense of depth as you look around in every direction". These are actual VR videos, so to speak. There obviously aren't many at the moment, but the number should grow in time. The YouTube folks suggest a couple of such videos at the Source link below.
Second, through YouTube for Android you can now view any YouTube video in "a kind of virtual movie theater". These are what one might call upscaled VR videos - as in, they haven't been shot as VR videos, but YouTube's doing some magic to make them seem more VR-ish.
For both of these features, you need a Google Cardboard headset aside from an Android phone. To access a video in VR (or a VR video), you just select the new Cardboard option from the watch page menu in YouTube for Android, then drop your phone into your Cardboard.
dude or dudet you should not post these things nobody really wants to know what you like to watch its just gross
lastnoght i watched a VR video and did not need a google card board whatever headset it said vr videos and then it showed the video to me
Can i still use vr youtube even if my phone has qvga screen?