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How can I cast what I'm seeing in my Daydream to a TV?

Asked: Nov 29 2016 | 10:58 am EST 1502 Views 5 Answers View Best Answer

I've got a Pixel and Daydream VR headset. While it's really cool, it's also a very isolating experience. How can I share or cast the view to my TV so that I can see what's going on, or be able to help the person who is wearing the headset?


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Nov 30 2016 | 3:59 pm EST bluedonut

The only thing I've been able to do is to cast to my TV by mirroring via the "cast" quick setting. But as expected, that casts exactly what's on the Pixel's screen, which is the two "eyeball" views of the application.

I wonder how Google made the demo videos?

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Nov 30 2016 | 7:34 am EST pkcable

I don't believe you can at this time, BUT hopefully Google or some 3rd party developer will step up at some point and create an app for this!
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Nov 30 2016 | 2:54 pm EST krisguy

I haven't found a way to cast/DLNA either Gear VR or Daydream (rooted or non). I really want to be able to stream other than Cardboard.

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Dec 01 2016 | 2:23 am EST Chemy JMHT

The only thing I've been able to do is to cast to my TV by mirroring via the "cast" quick setting. But as expected, that casts exactly what's on the Pixel's screen, which is the two "eyeball" views of the application.

I wonder how Google made the demo videos?
Hey welcome to the forum!

That's actually what we usually see on the monitor while using Rift or ViVE with some programs, so that's kind of good option to start.
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Dec 20 2016 | 5:19 pm EST Russell Holly

I know Google is working on easier screenshots, but single "eye" video would be much better!

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