You've made, bought or borrowed a VR headset to slot your iPhone into. Now what? There are plenty of 360 video apps, experiences and VR games to try out. It's not quite the virtual reality experience you'd get with a 3D game or movie inside PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, but these are good tasters nonetheless.
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Here's our pick of the VR apps to download first. Android users have more choice but there are now plenty available for iPhone too. We'll keep updating the list with our own finds as well as tips from the comments and the Wareable forum.
If you liked Samsung Gear VR's Gone series then you'll love VR Noir. You play as Veronica Coltrane, a private detective forced to take a job for money but things start getting messy in the mystery thriller experience. The only problem with this game is that it ends too soon.
Can't get enough horror from VR games? Then VR Horror should be right up your alley. Don't forget some good headphones to keep yourself immersed. We won't say anything more to avoid spoilers but we'll leave you with two words: derelict hospital.
Fractal Combat X
If you're into VR shooters, the Fractal Combat X is the game for you. New missions are added daily and it supports gaming controllers too. The landscapes are lovely while the gameplay is fast paced. There are in-app purchases but the game itself is free.
Similar to Within, the Jaunt app has tons of 360-video content for you to peruse. Whether it's short documentaries or 'VR tourism' exploring different places like Machu Picchu, you'll find it in this app.
If you're familiar with the Discovery channel and have enjoyed tuning in, then you should be excited to know that there's also a VR app for the iPhone (along with other headsets including Oculus Rift). Just like other video apps, you'll get your fill of short films and documentaries, Mythbusters, Wildlife and more.
This selection of 360 degree videos and experiences is all really interesting stuff. It's updated fairly frequently and all the live action films Within (formerly known as VRSE) produces are of the absolute highest quality you'll find on mobile VR. We're talking films made for the UN about Syria, Bjork's Stonemilker VR music video, immersive journalism from Vice News and more.
You'll need the latest YouTube for iOS app to take advantage of this one (if you're having no luck, reinstall the app). Then type #360video into YouTube, look for the VR icon and strap on a viewer to see 2D online vids via your headset. This is one to watch as 360-degree camera rigs are now available for budding internet stars at YouTube Space studios around the world.
The New York Times is enhancing and expanding its print and online stories with its own VR app, designed to be used with all the Google Cardboards it gave away to readers earlier this year. 360-degree stories include The Displaced, which looks at three children who have been forced to flee their homes. There's a smartphone viewing mode too.
One of the creepiest apps for Cardboard is also now available for iPhone users. Otherworld Interactive's experience is a first-person ghost story for mobile VR in which you find yourself alone (kinda) in a haunted mansion in the middle of a storm. We won't ruin anything else.
As ever, if you're willing to stump up just a little bit of cash you will be rewarded. InCell has elements of both racing and strategy gameplay in a weirdly pretty micro world of cells and viruses.
Zombie Shooter VR
This game does what it sets out to do – lets you shoot zombies in VR. It's mindless fun set in subway labyrinths after some sort of apocalypse, so nothing groundbreaking but the graphics are nice, you don't need a controller (just look to shoot) and it's is good to see free VR games hitting the App Store.
When you're done with the undead, the desert based VR Tank Training is another simple shooter with no controller necessary, though this one does cost $1.99.
There are plenty of CG experiences to try out on iPhone too. This one is good for families – though it's up to you if you want to stick a Cardboard viewer in front of your kids' face. It basically lets you get in the middle of some awesome dinosaur action whether that's fighting or just chilling. Yes, there's a T. rex.
This is similar to the Oculus photo viewer that you get on the Rift and Gear VR and shows that VR doesn't have to mean video – in fact, some people who experience simulation sickness will prefer still images. Explore 360-degree PhotoSpheres in this simple app which works with Cardboard, iOS and – in theory – any VR viewer from third-party makers such as DodoCase. Glastonbury, the Northern Lights, Mars, it's all there to gawp at.
Which apps and experiences have you downloaded? Share your recommendations below in the comments.