VR Challenge: Win Your Own 360 Cardboard Viewer!

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Google Cardboard: A low-cost virtual reality viewer. (Lakshmi Sarah)

KQED Arts recently published a 360 video capturing artist Jane Kim's journey into Golden Gate Park's past and present. The experience immerses the viewer in areas inaccessible to the public — from the middle of the bison paddock to the historic nursery that helped establish the park's earliest plantings. Want to experience this 360 video and others like it using virtual reality technology? Take this quick quiz for your chance to win a 360 cardboard viewer that turns your cellphone into a virtual reality headset!

For a chance to win your own 360 cardboard viewer watch the 360 video, Artist Jane Kim Illustrated Golden Gate Park's Entertwined Ecologies and send the answer to one of the questions below to giveaway@kqed.org with the subject line "Golden Gate 360."

Which exotic animal has lived in Golden Gate Park?
A. peacock
B. bison
C. caribou
D. all of the above

What was one of the first trees planted in Golden Gate Park?
A. palm
B. Monterey Cyprus
C. maple


Ready to take the challenge? Email the answer to one of the above questions to giveaway@kqed.org using the subject line "Golden Gate 360."

From all entries we’ll randomly select five names to win a 360 cardboard viewer (worth $15 each) Deadline to enter is Sunday, November 6  at  11:59 pm. Winners will be notified by e-mail on Monday, and the prize will be shipped to the address provided by the winner. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate. You can only enter once. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter.

Learn more about Jane Kim and her ecology project.