Over the last week a lot of things happened on the VR front. Basically, Google made a play to take the market early and fast, and it just might work. First, they more or less doubled the number of low-end VR head-sets in the world by sending Google Cardboard to every New York Times subscriber. Simultaneously, in a carefully choreographed publicity move, they also rolled out the news that there’s a boatload more content to see because of upgrades to their YouTube 360º video application. Rather than run the risk of some serious over-repeating and cross-posting, you can find out more about all of this through a series of recent posts over on Cosma 3D.