Here what the students were seeing when they put the glasses on:
Students got to see different places on the world that they might not have seen before and got to do some math in the process. In the first problem one person reads the prompt that tells hem where they are and what they are seeing. Then they are prompted to look to the top of the Eiffel Tower while the student measures the degree of elevation from the ground. Then students use trigonometry to find how far or close they are.
Here are some students in action:
They had four questions total, but having only 1 Google Carboard became an issue, students had a tough time waiting working on another assignment.
Here is a picture of the worksheet I gave, I will try to get the link on here:
Link for the worksheet is here to make a copy and edit for yourself: