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Watch the Patriots practice in VR through Google Cardboard

Google's paper VR headset will show you what New England's football training is like as if you were there.
Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
December 6, 2015
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You can't currently get a first-hand experience of an NFL game short of becoming a football star and strapping on a helmet, but Bank of America and Visa are promising the next best thing. They've launched a virtual reality experience that lets you see the New England Patriots' training sessions using Google Cardboard. If you've ever wanted to see Gillette Stadium from the field or watch Tom Brady lead a practice play, you now have an easy way to do it. Only Android users can get the full-on VR experience, unfortunately, but any Patriots fan who can watch 360-degree YouTube clips can check it out.

[Image credit: John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images]

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