Google’s Street View app supports Google Cardboard

By | October 13, 2015


Google announced that its Street View app now supports Google Cardboard, this means that people can now explore the streets in VR. This new update of Street View app allows users to see the world’s street in 360 degree format, which gives users a new and pretty amazing way to explore the world.

Google’s cardboard support for Street view app is available for both Android and iOS platform. People can now enjoy different places in the world without spending money. You can sit in your home and experience the world in 360 degree format with the help of Google Cardboard.

Google has also announced via blog post that people can enjoy Virtual Reality experience in 39 languages and more than 100 countries through its virtual reality device Google Cardboard. This option is available for both Android and iOS platform.

The company has also announced that its software development kit has also been improved. Google said via a blog post, the Cardboard SDK update “includes a major overhaul of the sensor fusion algorithms that integrate the signals from the gyroscope and accelerometer.” Due to this, the Google Cardboard has better control on drifts. This update of Cardboard SDK makes its apps better and smoother.