Check out Pluto with this new 360/Google Cardboard VR video from The New York Times. They used data from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft that passed the planet last summer.

This is exactly what VR should be used for: to transport viewers to a place they can never really visit. VR makes me dizzy, but it’s worth it for the few minutes I flew through space to stand on Pluto’s icy plain.

Four months ago, I posted nine Google Cardboard VR journalism experiences. There are a lot more now.

Love the Blue Angles acrobatic planes from USA Today.

Ryot, which got bought by the Huffington Post last month, is doing some good stuff, which you can watch in Cardboard here.

As investment in VR soars, we’re going to be seeing a whole lot more virtual reality in the news room.