Hacking into your virtual reality headset can make it so you can take photos, videos, and videos with your eyes closed and look around the room.
That’s what happened to us this morning, when we got our hands on a prototype of a VR camera from HackedVR.
A video posted on Instagram by user london_lion, which has since been deleted, shows us getting into the head-mounted display of our VR headset, which is mounted on a tripod.
After taking a few photos, we noticed that our camera was actually looking at a photo of a woman sitting on a chair with her eyes closed.
The woman was sitting in the chair with the sunglasses on.
So, what’s going on here?
Hacked is a virtual camera company based in the US, with offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
A few years ago, Hacked VR made a video called “The Power of Photography” that shows the camera working by projecting a photo onto the headset.
This VR camera is similar in design to a GoPro or GoPro HERO camera, which use a high-resolution camera and a camera-to-camera link.
But this camera is different.
The lens has a lens cap that can hold the lens, while the camera itself is a tiny, lightweight, and cheap smartphone.
We also found that the VR camera’s battery lasts for up to 8 hours of continuous use.
What this means is that the Hacked headset can be plugged in and plugged into your computer and the phone, or it can be connected to a smartphone that already has a camera attached.
The company has been working on developing VR cameras for VR since 2014.
And that VR camera we’re looking at today is a prototype, so there are some design differences between the prototype and the final product.
There are some minor design differences, too.
For example, it uses a Samsung Galaxy S8 and a GoPro HERO 4 camera, but Hacked has also used a GoPro camera for some other products like virtual reality headsets.
The prototype looks like a GoPro-branded version of the GoPro HERO5.
If you’re interested in Hacked, it’s available for preorder for $499, but it won’t be released until later this year.
The other major difference is that Hacked’s VR camera has a sensor that is slightly smaller than the GoPro sensor.
This means that you need to change your lenses to use it.
There is no lens cap, and there is no headphone jack to attach the headset to.
That makes it a pretty limited VR camera for now, but the company is working on making a lens mount for it.
The Hacked prototype uses a GoPro Hero 4 camera that’s compatible with Samsung’s Gear VR headset.
In other words, you can use this device with Gear VR.
There’s also a VR headset that’s built around the same camera, the Hacks Gear VR, but that doesn’t support the Gear VR camera.
The Samsung Gear VR is currently $199, and the Humps Gear VR costs $249.
Both devices will be available for purchase in the coming months.