Bumblebees are a strange little toy.
They’re basically tiny robot dogs that you can attach to your wall, then they’ll sit and watch movies and then they won’t even know where you are.
The Bumblebeepers were designed by German company Vimeo and it’s easy to imagine them as a toy version of Google Glass, except you have to plug it in to the wall.
The company is selling the Bumbles for $15.99, with a 30-day money back guarantee.
Here’s how to set them up and watch 3d videos with the app.
The easiest way to set up the Bumbys is to buy a pack of them, which you can find in the Bumblebee section of the Vimeo store.
Just like the Google Glass Glass versions, the Bums are tiny robots that are attached to your computer via USB.
To connect the BUMBEE to your PC, simply plug the USB cable into your computer and wait for the software to connect to the Bumboepers.
The app takes a few seconds to start up, and you’ll see a blinking green light on the screen that says “Open BumbleBee.”
You’ll need to enter a password to start watching movies.
Once you’re done, you’ll need the app installed on your computer.
The software also has a bunch of other settings to tweak, but the main one you’ll want to tweak is the “video quality” setting.
The higher the video quality, the more you can hear the Bummybeeper’s chirp.
The more audio you can play back, the better the sound.
You can also choose how much background noise the Bummies can hear.
If you want to add some 3D effects to your video, the app will also let you select the resolution.
We recommend watching the video in fullscreen mode to get the best 3D experience.
The video quality settings also give you the option to adjust the Bumpers volume.
If the video has a lot of background noise, you can tweak the Bumps volume by choosing “no background noise.”
The app also has an “in-app purchase” section that lets you purchase additional Bumbles, so you can add more Bumbees to your collection.
You’ll also need to set your location to your preferred city.
The best part about using BumbleBees is that they can be rented out for $1.99 a month for 24 hours, which is about what you’d pay for a regular camera.
If renting them isn’t an option, you may want to check out a similar rental app called FuboLite.
Fubomizer lets you rent a BumbleBeeper for $3.99 per day for a month.
You pay $3 a day to rent a camera for 24 uninterrupted hours.
You then can rent it for another 24 hours at a time, and then you pay the same amount each day.
We love the Fubumizer app, because it has a few extras to make it even more appealing.
You get to set the Bumbs mood by changing the camera’s setting, the amount of background audio you want in the background, the brightness of the Bumeys lights, and more.
Once the Bumes mood changes, you set the mood manually and then the app takes care of adjusting the Bumper’s mood.
For more information about renting a Bumbee, check out our guide on how to rent one.
You could also get a Bumbee for free on YouTube, but that’s not really the best option because you’d need to watch the videos.
If all you want is 3D, you could always rent a Google Glass version, but we’d probably prefer a BumboBee because it doesn’t need to be tethered to your TV.
You’d still be able to use your computer, but you’d have to have a Google account to view the videos on your Google Glass.
The one drawback to renting a Googleglass BumbleBEEPER is that you’d still need to download the app and install it on your phone.
The most attractive option to rent the Bumbers is Vimeo, but even then you may have to pay $5.99 to rent.
That’s still a lot, so if you don’t mind spending $3 to watch your 3D videos, the VumbleBee is the way to go.
You might want to consider a GoPro instead if you have one of those devices attached to a computer.
If your computer only has a webcam, then you can rent a GoPro for $9.99/month.
The GoPro app lets you watch movies with 3D glasses and then attach the GoPro to your camera.
Once attached, you get to watch movies using your computer as your VR camera.
You don’t need a VR headset to view 3D movie clips