Google Chrome Now Allows Any Webpage To Be Displayed In Daydream VR
With the introduction of “WebVR” platform, web browsing is slowly entering into the field of virtual reality with Google making a push towards its developers to support the new WebVR technology.
Till now, those websites that couldn’t be viewed in a VR headset can now be seen in the VR headset just because of the extended support that came from Google Chrome.
The new Chrome 61 has been benefitted with the WebVR support that actually takes advantage of WebVR for viewing 3D content. The latest version of Chrome also lets users to display and interact with web pages in 2D. However, it is quite obvious that viewing 2D webpages in VR headset is not an ideal way but as far as the technological up-gradation is concerned, the developer of Google Chrome has done a fantastic task.
To get familiar with the new WebVR experience on your suitable handset device, simply open up the Chrome browser on your Daydream compatible smartphone and head to any web page to enjoy the 3D experience of your webpage.