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Once you're set up and your phone is centered on the goggles, and you have adjusted them (mess with the strap by tightening/loosening, raising and lowering it on your head until it's comfortable, use your remote thingy to click the "welcome" button. It basically guides you through the basics. Keep in mind you will constantly have to "center" the remote. It's super easy, just aim it straight at the direction you want to be your centered field of view and hold down the home button. So far so good. Your phone will get hot and you'll get a warning to let it cool down.
Others have mentioned it's best to take your phone off the case and you can also add a sort of spacer to allow more air circulation to your phone. Anyways 5 stars. I love Google and Google products and I'm excited to see what other content becomes available.
So far it looks like there's some stuff from Hulu, Youtube, photos, games, play store. I'm positive that more content and features will come if they haven't already by the time you read this. It's a nice little getaway from real life. I was immersed in Hulu's "beach" environment before I had to take a break because my phone was getting too hot. Definitely worth checking out :) My fiancee was making fun of me at first but even she got curious and wanted to try them out. She is especially fascinated by how the photo sphere pics that I take with the phone look and feel like you are actually there through the goggles.
P.s the people that left low reviews...Smh. Come on. Did you even read about it beforehand?
First of all, as many complained, overheating is an issue, I have no idea why google decided to use cloth as the back panel instead of you know, aluminum wire frame that is very good at dispensing heat. I mean I get the front where your face touches, it's very comfortable, but I don't think anyone wears the headset backwards. So to solve that, I cut two pieces from a wine cork and taped them to the back panel to create space. And as I am fortunate enough to be using a Moto Z instead of a Pixel, I removed the back panel of my phone and put it into the viewer. Now there's space between the phone and the back panel. Moto Z's heat are all concentrated on the bottom half of the phone, so I put a fan on my right side to circulate air. And now the phone can safely do its work relatively safely.
Another bad design -- there's a reason why every single VR headset out there (oculus, vive) have a head strap across the top of your head. The headset is not that heavy but your phone, which you will of course put into the headset, is. So you either have to make the head strap very very tight, or experience Newton's first law of motion in quite an unpleasant way. To solve that, I took a headstrap that I didn't use in my google cardboard kit, and put it on top of the headset. Now the headset won't fall off as easily.
So after doing all that, this headset is finally ready to use. As I mentioned at the start of the review, the software side is very well polished. So after you fix the hardware, it's a very fun device.
The Daydream View was not particularly comfortable to wear and kept sliding down my nose....I don't have a big head or nose 😏
I think the technology needs a few more years of development so keep your expectation levels low.