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Step into a digital landscape with this Daydream View virtual reality headset. It works with a variety of smartphones and comes with an easy-to-use controller that's great for beginners and VR enthusiasts alike. This Daydream View virtual reality headset lets you cast to compatible televisions, so everyone sees what you do.
Dream with your eyes open
Meet Daydream View. A virtual reality headset that's easy-to-wear with a controller that's simple to use.
Next stop: anywhere
Swim with seals, fly through space, and watch dinosaurs roam free - you'll be amazed at what you can do and see.
Just a few of the many Daydream experiences available
Hit the street and race supercars with Need for Speed. Get closer to the action with the NBA in VR.* Kick back with Netflix in your own personal cinema.
Works with Daydream-ready smartphones, such as Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+/Note 8, Moto Z and Moto Z2.
Share your virtual world
Stream your experience to the TV with Chromecast to enjoy with friends and family.
A:AnswerGoogle Play movies, yes. It's actually quite nice - I use it to watch movies in bed at night while my wife's sleeping. You can be in a dark room without disturbing anyone, and it's like you're looking at a 200" television screen. You can size the screen up and down to a comfortable size. You "lock" the screen in virtual space where it's easy to see when you rest your head. Once "locked", you can turn your head to the side and not see it. For example, you'd "lock" the screen in front of you. If you turn around, the screen will be as though it's behind your head. As you turn, the sound shifts from left to right as well. I like it, and the video quality and picture are quite good. Two things - you have to have a "Daydream ready" phone (Google Pixel, Pixel 2, etc.), and have it charged up, as the Daydream App uses a lot of power. Also be sure to use nice headphones (I use bluetooth over-ear headphones). Movies can be streamed, or you can download them to your phone for offline viewing on a plane. You DO have to download them to your phone ahead of time, and have storage to hold them, of course. One thing to consider is that with the DayDream and headphones, you really are isolated. If someone tries to get your attention, they'll have to touch you, since you can't see or hear what's going on around you.
Can't speak to sports games - you'd have to google around and see if there's a VR app for that.
A:AnswerYou can use the glass and have basic VR experience but you cannot use the controller or daydream system. Only less than 10 phones can use the system, which is fantastic. Btw, iphone 7’s screen is small, you may not see the whole 105 degree view.