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Mar
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comment Can I use Google Cardboard as a normal display?
Google Cardboard has two lenses one of which focuses on the left half of the display, the other on the right half. So I suppose that you cannot use it to read normal text or view normal images, but it is specifically tailored for stereoscopic vision.
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comment Can I use Google Cardboard as a normal display?
@MichelfrancisBustillos: I wrote it as an answer because I got to that conclusion at a later stage. If I put it in the question, it would not be a question anymore, but an assertion.
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revised Can I use Google Cardboard as a normal display?
Further clarification.
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comment Can I use Google Cardboard as a normal display?
It should just be an exact copy of the same view. The display would look huge because it would be at a few centimeters from the eyes (with lenses to adjust focus).
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comment Can I use Google Cardboard as a normal display?
I have never used Cardboard. What I am hoping to be able to do is to use it as a huge display to write text/code/diagrams/browse the web. So all I would need is Android to show what it normally shows, but twice on each half of the display. I do not need a stereoscopic view, 3D, ... or other computationally intensive features. All I need is Android to resize the output to half the width, and show it twice side by side.
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revised Can I use Google Cardboard as a normal display?
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