Experience The Real Reality With Google Cardboard Plastics

Sure, virtual reality is all the craze but Google decided to take a step outside the box with the Actual Reality device called Google Cardboard Plastics.

Google Cardboard Plastic Colors

Which is basically just a piece of plastic that you wear over your head. Yes. It’s another amazing April Fool’s joke by the guys at Google.

Along with the slick design, Google also released a very hilarious (and professional looking) video that features the fake Google Cardboard Plastic. Watch it below and be prepared for the Actual Reality headset by Google.

Source: Google Cardboard Plastic

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