View-Master 2.0, Mattel's better VR headset coming later this year
The easiest virtually reality is the type that uses your everyday phone.
Mattel's view master rebooted its classic brand with a pair of google car board compatible goggles for Andriod and Iphones last year.
Those have rapidly become one of the top choices.
For those seeking a cardboard alternative.
Version 2, coming this fall, are a little more expensive at $40 but add a few useful features.
You can finally connect headphones while wearing them and a focus style helps Work with more eyes.
Not mine, since I wear glasses that won't fit.
But CNET's Bridget Carey wore them just fine.
View-Master 2.0 works with all your phone VR content designed for cardboard, plus its own apps and accessories, including a clever concept for two player gaming called Escape the Labyrinth.
For kids seven and up this looks like the perfect VR toy.
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