In the past year or two, virtual reality has started to become pretty huge. With Google debuting their Cardboard headset back at Google I/O 2014, then with Samsung announcing the Gear VR shortly after and HTC partnering with Steam for their Vive VR. Google has also added support to YouTube for 360-degree video and have also worked with GoPro to create rigs that will do 360-degree video. Clearly showing that Google is definitely completely on-board with virtual reality these days.
Here we have the DSCVR Virtual Reality headset which will work with your Android or iOS device, and allow you to watch 360-degree videos with ease. It's nice and easy to operate and definitely won't break the bank at $24.99. It is Google Cardboard certified, so it will work with the Cardboard apps that are already in the Google Play Store as well as the Apple App Store. There is a built in grippy silicone case which will keep your smartphone in place so it doesn't move around in the headset. The DSCVR Virtual Reality headset is also compact, allowing you to easily take it with you no matter where you go.
The DSCVR Virtual Reality headset is currently on sale for $24.99 right now through the Android Headlines store. However, you only have until February 21st to pick it up, and then it'll be gone forever.