Google has revealed that the Chrome browser is soon getting support for VR. This move is made with an aim to bring VR content to the masses. The users with Daydream supportable Android phones can view the Virtual Reality content in the Chrome app. Google alleges users can enjoy watching VR content from any phone or desktop without having a VR headset. While viewing VR content, you can use your finger or mouse.
However, the firm is more likely making to see VR pages using the Google Cardboard VR headset as well. The search giant has mentioned few websites which support VR content and also claims to add more websites soon. Some of the sites cited by Google are Matterport’s library offering 300,000+ celebrity homes, museums, canyons, iconic architecture and other real places and Bear71 nature documentary.