Grab your Google Cardboard! Red River Rivalry game to be broadcast in virtual reality

Grab your virtual reality gear and get ready for an all new viewing experience this Red River Rivalry. 

If you don't have tickets to the game, you can still get an up close and personal view for a lot less.

This Saturday's match up between the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners will be the second game this season broadcast through LiveLike/Fox Sports' virtual reality live stream, according to The Austin American Statesman.

All you need is a Samsung Gear VR ($99) or a Google Cardboard ($15) device to watch and to download the LiveLike app from the Google Play or Apple store.

Once you've downloaded the app, sign in with your TV provider credentials and you're ready to go. 

Still confused about how virtual reality works?

Watch the video below on your mobile device from a Michigan college football game and you'll get and idea of what the experience could be like with the right gear:

The technology itself has Texas ties. Founder and CEO, Andre Lorenceau is a University of Texas at Austin McCombs alum.

 

 

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