Google Cardboards is a little-known headset made by Google.
Its creators said they had developed the headset so that people could see, feel and hear things that they couldn’t with traditional screens.
Now the company has revealed it has been making a lot of money on Cardboards, with its latest headset being a $200 headset that can be used to view VR content.
We’ve seen a lot more of Google’s technology, and now we have the ability to see the potential and to actually put that into practice.
It’s been amazing to see how much money we’ve made off Cardboards and VR,” the company said in a blog post on Wednesday.
The new Google Cardboarding headset, the VR2, is a $400 headset that costs $200.
It works with a standard Google Card board, which is the one most of us are familiar with.
It also works with Android smartphones, as long as you have an Android phone with the Android OS.
It also supports Cardboard, but it doesn’t support the newer, higher-resolution headsets that the company is now building for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Google said Cardboard headsets will be available in a few months, but that will depend on how well the company’s software updates are handled.”
We’ll have a full suite of software updates out for the new Cardboard hardware that will bring a whole new set of experiences to the market,” the post said.
Google Cardboards are the first headsets Google has announced, though it hasn’t officially announced its partnership with VR headset maker Oculus.
Google says it wants to develop VR experiences that “make the world go ’round.”
We think VR is going to be the next big thing in entertainment, and Cardboards will be one of the first products to bring that experience to the masses,” CEO Eric Schmidt told reporters at a Google event on Wednesday afternoon.
Schmidt said that Google has been working on Cardboard for more than a year, and that it was the “right fit for Google.”
Google Cardboard is a very early VR headset, which makes it a little less “serious,” he said.
Schiff added that he believes that Cardboards “will be a great addition to the consumer market, and we look forward to seeing the full suite.”
The headset’s price will be announced in the coming months.