Google: Vr, Daydream & Cardboard

  • Google releases Chrome version with the first browser support for WebVR

    A 3-D VR interior from Matterport This week, Google is updating its Chrome browser for Android with the first browser support for Web VR — a capability that could dramatically affect the use and development of VR content. Previously, if a user wanted to view VR content in a stereo headset viewer like Google’s Daydream View, you had to download one of a number of VR apps.

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  • IAB’s first report on VR/AR surveys the terrain for marketers

    … to action — within the user’s current VR experience, people simply hit the skip button, or they leave. You can’t just put things into a scene. A lot more work needs to be done to get the integration points right. It can be extremely jarring when you’re immersed in another world.’” The report also summarizes a selection of marketing/advertising…

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