The VR View-Master itself was not a working prototype, but we got to try out the experience using Google Cardboard. The magnetic switch on the side of the headset did harken back to View-Masters of yore, but what you see was quite different. The reel (which in the old version would slip insider the viewer) sat on the table. Wearing the viewer, we looked at the reel and it launched us into San Francisco. We saw Fisherman's Wharf, which looked much warmer than New York is today. We didn't really want to leave, but next up was a CGI dinosaur world, where we waved "hi" to a stegosaurus and learned a little about it with a handy text popup. And finally, we looked around the moon's surface and saw an archival image of the actual moon landing.