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360 Rendering / Samsung Gear VR

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Help! We are trying to figure out how to use the 360 renderings with our clients- i found the cardboard googles are kind of blurry  (i'm assuming this is because you can't focus them?) ...i purchased a Samsung Gear VR headseat, but i can't figure out how to access the 360 rendering once my phone is connected to the headset- anyone know how?? THANKS!
 

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Open your account in chief on your phone

go to manage your 360 pan 

tap on the plan  you want to view 

Once you bring up the plan on your phone you will see a little icon like glasses right hand corner..click on that and you are ready to go 

 

 

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Once i plug my phone into the headset, it goes to the oculus app and i can't access anything outside of the app :( 

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