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Google Chrome Browser supports VR for Immersive Experience

By TechNadu Staff / February 13, 2017

Browse the web in a new way using google chrome. Google reported that it had added VR platform to its Chrome browser. Enables WebVR to chrome with full VR experience through chrome if you have a Daydream-ready phone and Daydream View headset.

Google adopted VR in one of the most used browsers in the world. Reports from PCmag says "VR might become mainstream now". By enabling this feature, Google made its web search easy to find VR content and it is the first browser to support mobile VR friendly.

For users who doesn't have a Daydream View currently enjoy the experience on your device screen. For easy navigation, use your fingers.

Desktop and Laptop users can navigate using keyboard and mouse in the VR space but the flat screen is like view google maps street view i.e "less immersive".

According to Forbes report by Kevin Murnane states " Currently not many websites have WebVR but Google had promised to provide more capable websites and  in its blog post it has plans to extend its support for more headsets in the future."

Bear 71 is a documentary created by Leanne Allison, Jeremy Mendes and the National Film Board of Canada, presents life in the Park from the point of view of a female grizzly bear.

Combines trail cameras in Banff National Park with a 360-degree Interactive map to move around the park and access data about locations and animals.

Currently, quite a handful of websites that supports VR Matterport has 3,00,000 real world locations that you can navigate in the VR.

Within storehouse of the best collection of award-winning VR films.

Some other websites with WebVR include Sketchfab, PlayCanvas, Vizor and A-painter. For iOS users, WebVR is currently limited to Daydream View. So you will be missing out the experience for now.



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