By using a pair of glasses that you can only see with your own eyes, you are able to experience your vision in new ways.
And while you are not always going to be able to see in all of the correct colors or textures, you can still enjoy the same level of immersion you might normally find in VR.
Read moreEngadget spoke with two ophthalmologists and a medical student about their experiences using glasses to experience VR, including how they used glasses to interact with virtual reality apps, check in on patients with VR, and experience their eyes in VR using Google Cardboard.
The interview has been edited for clarity and length.
Read our in-depth guide to VR in 2018 here.
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