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Vicarious Now Available On Google Daydream, Other VR Platforms To Follow

Vicarious announced that its social VR content sharing platform is now available on Google Daydream. The company has plans to launch Vicarious apps for other VR platforms “in the coming weeks and months.”

Everything you need to know about WebVR

Your web browser is also a VR platform. Most conversations about VR surround specific headsets, like Oculus Rift or Google Daydream. WebVR, as the name suggests, is bringing immersive experiences to anything with a browser. It's a lot...Show More Summary

How to prepare your Galaxy S8 for Google Daydream

The countdown to Daydream with a Galaxy S8 has begun, are you ready? Samsung's Galaxy S8 will soon be the only phone capable of using both forms of high quality mobile VR, so if you've been eager to see if the grass really is greener...Show More Summary

More on Daydream, Tango, and Developer tools for VR and AR

This morning at Google I/O, we went into more detail about the investments we're making in the core technologies that enable VR and AR, and in platforms that make them accessible to more people.  Tango  Tango enables devices to track...Show More Summary

Google, FB Poised for Bigger VR Showdown

VRJournal confirms in a new report that Google is pushing forward with a new standalone Daydream headset. At its developer’s conference last week, the digital giant hyped a “cable-less virtual-reality headset” that works without a corresponding phone or PC. Show More Summary

Google's Daydream strategy is getting the right kind of attention

Google is focused on a moving target in ways no other company seems prepared for right now. VR and AR got prime-time Keynote energy at Google I/O, as well as a separate keynote the next day with heaps of extra details. And as cool as...Show More Summary

How Google Will Make the Rest of Us Care About VR

Google's updates to its Daydream platform include a big emphasis on sharing content and dedicated headsets.

Google Daydream "Euphrates" Update Brings Interesting Improvements to the VR Experience

While Google announced a bunch of interesting new things at Google I/O 2017's keynote, much like WWDC, there's always interesting things coming out of other sessions. Such as, information the 2.0 software update for Google Daydream, codenamed Euphrates. There's two particularly interesting features to come in this update. One is that Google's trying to bring

Daydream 2.0 Will Introduce Casting, Screen Recording

Google’s Daydream VR platform is getting a major update this year to v2.0. It’s called Euphrates and Google says to expect a bunch of new features, like Casting of your VR session to a nearby TV.  In the revamped menu in Daydream 2.0,...Show More Summary

New Tools From Google Promise PC Quality VR On Mobile

Google is expanding its Daydream VR platform at the same time that it’s looking to both improve the quality of VR content and make developing great experiences easier.

Why social VR is a really big deal

Google has announced a few upcoming features for Daydream and YouTube that will help make social VR more of a reality.

Google Aims For Social VR With Daydream 2.0

Google is continuing to refine and expand Daydream, its VR-specific platform and interface.

With new Daydream headsets, Google aims to make virtual reality more social

Playing catch-up with Facebook Inc., Google plans to make virtual reality more of a social experience in its next generation of VR headsets. The tech giant, which announced plans for its first standalone VR headsets Wednesday at itsShow More Summary

LG 'V30' will support Google's Daydream VR: One big, important clue

For starters, LG's next flagship will probably use an OLED screen. At the Google I/O 2017 keynote presentation, Google let slip (well, it was surely intentional) an important clue about an unannounced Android phone. In addition to confirming...Show More Summary

Google Daydream VR will add Chrome support and more in upcoming updates

Google announced some big updates that are coming later this year for its Daydream VR platform, including support for using the Chrome web browser.

Google shows how to party in VR without a headset

Google's mobile VR platform, Daydream, is getting some major updates. During its I/O developer conference Thursday, Google unveiled the next version, Daydream 2.0, which aims to turn the inherently isolating medium of VR into something...Show More Summary

Google: Daydream has ‘more than 150 apps’

At Google I/O 2017 developer conference yesterday, the company announced a standalone Daydream VR headset in partnership with Qualcomm, with Lenovo and HTC slated to release commercial versions later this year. Today, the company shared more details, including what developers can expect in Daydream 2.0. Google also shared a small tidbit: Developers have built “more […]

Google Daydream’s Star Wars VR experience touts PC-level graphics on mobile

The benefit of a tethered, desktop-powered virtual reality setup is that you can get significantly more visual fidelity from a PC with a GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card plugged into a power outlet as opposed to the tiny, battery-powered GPU in a phone. But Google is claiming that could change. Google has developed a technology […]

Google unveils Daydream 2.0 with standalone headset support, Cast, and a VR browser

Google is prepping big things for the future of its mobile virtual reality program. The company revealed plans to update Daydream, the hardware-software platform that powers Google’s VR services, to version 2.0 in the near future. This update, which Google is calling Daydream Euphrates, is about making VR easier to explore and experience. One of […]

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