View photo spheres (360 degree panoramic images) in navigable 3D virtual reality with sound using the Cardboard headset. The user has full control over attitude, speed, direction of movement and choice of personal photo spheres and music. Unlike most Cardboard apps, this one uses the compass (magnetometer) rather than the gyroscope. This means that the magnet in the Cardboard headset will likely need to be removed since it can affect the device's compass readings from several centimetres away. Tap the headset or nod your head instead of flicking that magnet. Photo spheres can be created using the Google Camera app, using a compatible device, or can be found on websites or from searching Google+ and Google images. Requires: Google Cardboard headset (minus the magnet), accelerometer (most Android devices), compass. No ads and no internet connection required. Accesses the file system to allow the user to choose sounds and images.