Cupertino kids beat Google to unveil cardboard virtual reality viewer

By June 30, 2014March 24th, 2020Newswires

One of the highlights of last week’s Google I/O developers conference was the cardboard virtual reality viewers Google handed out to the 6,000 gathered developers after the keynote.

But a group of Cupertino high school sophomores beat mighty Google by more than a week with a cardboard VR viewer of their own.

The students were invited to show off their creation at the Entertainment Technology in the Internet Age conference at Stanford University on June 17. In the video above, Krishna Adharyu, an incoming 10th grader at Homestead, explains how their Face Box project works.

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