Google has expressed interest in virtual reality in the past and launched devices like the Cardboard. However there are rumors that Google has plans to launch a more dedicated virtual reality headset, like the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and the PlayStation VR, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that the company has since launched a dedicated VR page for its store.
If you’re looking to pick up some virtual reality offerings from Google, the company has created a section on its store that is dedicated to its virtual reality content. This is where users can buy existing hardware like the basic Google Cardboard, the Mattel View-Master, or the Goggle Tech C1-Glass, which are priced at $15, $30, and $15 respectively.
These are somewhat limited choices, but we can only assume that a dedicated storefront means that Google plans on growing it sometime in the future. In addition to the devices, Google is also promoting other aspects of virtual reality such as apps that you can take advantage of, and handsets that will be compatible with said headsets, like the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P.
In any case if you are interested in picking up a Google Cardboard, or at least something similar, then pop on over to the Google Store for the details.