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Google adds Chrome browsing to Daydream VR

In addition to announcing a new version of its Daydream virtual reality platform today, Google also said it’s adding Chrome browser support for Android. That means that VR users can view anything on the Web while inside Daydream, and at the same time, the new tool supports augmented reality within websites. So, for example, users … Continue reading “Google adds Chrome browsing to Daydream VR”

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In addition to announcing a new version of its Daydream virtual reality platform today, Google also said it’s adding Chrome browser support for Android.

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That means that VR users can view anything on the Web while inside Daydream, and at the same time, the new tool supports augmented reality within websites. So, for example, users could look at a furniture site on an Android phone and see, in real-time, what pieces of furniture would fit in their own living room. 

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