Google has announced that Chrome browser is getting support for VR. The move comes with an aim to bring VR content to everyone. Users with Daydream compatible Android devices can now view virtual reality (VR) content in the Chrome app.
Google says you can enjoy VR content even if you don’t have VR headset as you can view VR content on any phone or desktop computer and interact using your finger or mouse. The company will make it possible to view VR pages inside the Google Cardboard VR headset. Google has listed out some websites that support VR content and says that it will add more websites soon. Matterport’s library which offers 300,000+ celebrity homes, museums, canyons, iconic architecture and other real places and Bear71 nature documentary are some of the websites mentioned by Google.