Google Cardboarding has been around for a while, but it’s finally starting to get some serious attention, thanks to a couple of big news releases.

The first comes from Google and the second from Oculus VR.

Google CardBoard has been in the works for a few months now, and it’s now a little over a year old.

It’s an augmented reality platform that lets you use your phone as a VR headset, and Google has been working on this for a couple years.

The problem, however, is that most AR headsets are limited to a single field of view, meaning that you can only see certain parts of the scene.

In order to add new content to Cardboard, Google has started experimenting with a variety of different ways to add extra depth and perspective.

The most popular method is to add additional stereo images.

Google has a number of different stereo images on its Cardboard SDK, but they are all pretty basic.

You can get an idea of what the Cardboard images look like by playing a few of these videos: