Google’s Daydream is understood now also on web pages

An attendee wears the Google Inc. Daydream View virtual reality (VR) headset during an event at Google's Kings Cross office in London, U.K., on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016. After being criticized for not paying its fair share of British tax, Alphabet Inc.s Google unit is trying to show its a good corporate citizen by offering five hours of free digital skills training to all U.K. residents. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty Images


One of the most curious Non-Features of the Google Daydream VR Headsets, it always was, that you could view web pages. Not that it would necessarily be a huge Demand, a website to cinema in VR to look at, just because it is, but just Google you would have expected.

Now this was precisely what was announced at the Google I/O ages ago, and it now seems to come slowly, because in Chrome 61 there is Support not just for normal websites, but also for the WebVR experiments, the make slow wide.

Other manufacturers (Samsung, Oculus) had the nose in the front. Francois Beaufort (which brought us more and more insight in the chrome development) stresses, however: “This is only the beginning of VR in the Browser, stay tuned, there’s more to come”.

We are curious, whether the Google for the upcoming Google’s Daydream is presented together with the Pixel 2, additional VR-keeps the News ready.



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