DODOcase VR, Virtual Reality Cardboard Toolkit (Google Cardboard) Review


DODOcase Virtual Reality Viewer http://www.DadDoes.Com Today we take a look at a very low tech Virtual Reality Viewer. Normally when you think of VR Headsets you think of expensive and cutting edge stuff like Oculus Rift. The DodoCase VR shows that with just some cardboard, cheap lens and your smartphone you can have a decent virtual reality headset. Best of all, the Dodocase VR sells for under $25!

Dodocase did not invent this, this first came up at the Google IO 2014 conference and was called Google Cardboard. Here is a link – The idea was you could build your own Virtual Reality viewer with some cardboard and lenses. DODOCase puts everything you need into one simple kit.

Here is a link to the DodoCase VR site –

Here is more information –
We believe that the next million virtual reality experiences will happen on smartphones — a device that’s already in your pocket. And we’ve now made it possible for people everywhere to explore virtual reality in a cost effective, easy way with our new Smartphone Virtual Reality Viewer. This do-it-yourself toolkit will allow you to build your own cardboard headset in a matter of minutes so you can experience the immersive, fun and exciting world of VR.

Fly through the Grand Canyon, play 3-D games, travel the city streets of Paris or become a character in an animated film. With so many free apps available for Android and iPhone (and more coming), it’s as simple as downloading an app to your smartphone and using the cardboard viewer to experience virtual reality. The DODOcase VR toolkit contains everything you need to get started.

Please visit http://www.DadDoes.Com to learn more about the Dodocase VR Viewer.


16 thoughts on “DODOcase VR, Virtual Reality Cardboard Toolkit (Google Cardboard) Review”

  1. A shopping site called PulseTV has the 1st version of the Dodocase VR Viewer for less than $7 a piece. We began putting it together late Sunday, and hope to complete it later this week. I didn't imagine it would have so many pieces to assemble. It doesn't have the best reviews, but for the price and experience of putting it together with my child it'll be priceless. Hopefully we get some enjoyment from it.

  2. I have an iPhone, and I know the Google cardboard uses the magnet with an android phone's magnet sensor (magnetometer) to replace tapping the screen. After some research I found out that the iPhone has a magnetometer as well. Would the magnet-type button work with the iPhone too?

  3. This is already becoming direct competition to the oculus have you heard of Trinus Gyre? it lets you use this with your computer with motion tracking and even wifi tethering. Not only that but the new oculus uses a galaxy note 3 screen. 


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