Get VR contents direct on browser with Chrome app

Now, virtual reality (VR) experience is even a step closer than you can imagine, with Google's immersive browsing capability on Chrome, which enable users to browse any part of the web in VR, not just the websites that are specially built for VR, using any VR-enabled smartphone and Daydream View headset.

With the latest version of Chrome browser now supporting VR, allowing those surfing the Web to stray with their goggles and dive into immersive experience is now a possibility.

And using Chrome with any Daydream-ready phone and Daydream View, and browse to any VR experience, choose to enter VR, and put the phone in your Daydream View headset, is all that's required to kick it into action.

For users who don’t have a VR headset, they can view VR content on any phone or desktop computer and interact using their finger or mouse.

Google has suggested sites such as Bear71, an interactive documentary about animals, and SketchFab, which features artist-made 3D scenes, among others; to those looking for what to do with their VR-enabled smartphone and Daydream View headset.

The company also promise to bring VR to everyone on any device, and in the coming months will be adding support for more headsets, including Google Cardboard.
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