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OVERDOSE. is a VR app That Makes your phone cardboard into an HTC VIVE or an Oculus Rift. Simply connecting it by Downloading the PC and mobile app and installing them and Connecting your phone to your Gaming PC by a USB 2 Or Higher Cable and Enjoy. How Dose it Work? The OVERDOSE app is streaming signal from your PC and your Phone into each other by a USB cable. using the phone screen like Google Cardboard, By installing the app you'll need to open it and click START. You'll also need to install it on you PC and open it. You will choose the game and click VR simulate, by choosing your VR mode you want based on what lenses you have but mostly Cardboard. OVERDOSE. will be Free to Use and it will contain some cool content Some Games That Worked With OVERDOSE. app : GTA V Outlast CS:GO The witcher 3 wild hunt MGS The Phantom pain etc What about head Tracking ? Easy the app uses the phone camera and Gyroscope to calculate every movement Stay Tuned for Our Kick Starter real Soon.

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  • AsylumBoundGames AsylumBoundGames

    When you say "Makes your phone cardboard into an HTC VIVE or an Oculus Rift" Do you mean it actually works with some vive and oculus software? or is it simply forward the display from PC to the phone in stereoscopic like trinus VR?

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