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MobulousNoida
 

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Google Brings Web VR Support for Chrome

on Web Developers Forum at Mon Jul 04, 2016 2:58 pm

Google is dealing with an element that will allow all the Chrome users to see any part of the web in virtual reality utilizing Cardboard or Daydream-prepared viewers. Google has presented two new settings in its most recent beta and engineer renditions of Chrome for Android that will convey the immersive experience to the whole web. Google is making it simple for web designers to insert VR content in their website pages by presenting WebVR support for Chrome and VR view. Google is also publicly releasing the HTML and JavaScript for web designers to alter content.

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Re: Google Brings Web VR Support for Chrome

on Web Developers Forum at Mon Jul 24, 2017 8:51 am

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Re: Google Brings Web VR Support for Chrome

on Web Developers Forum at Mon Oct 30, 2017 2:59 pm

Google is all set to give its Android users an experience with the virtual reality technology. A new setting, Web VR, has been introduced in the Chrome’s extension available in the beta as well as the developer’s version to enable the web developers and android developers to incorporate VR content embedded into the web pages to render a web browsing experience in VR mode. The immersive content supports the entire web page easily viewed with VR headset. Google had already made the announcement way back in the month of May at Google I/O conference.

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