WebVR Experiments on Chrome Now Works with Google Cardboard

WebVR with Google Cardboard and new experiments make it easier for more people to experience VR, and inspire developers.

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Everyone should be able to experience VR, and WebVR, as it's now open to all browsers, making it easier for developers to create something quickly and share it on any device.

WebVR, which can already be experience on Daydream-ready phones, is now available to anyone with an Android phone and Cardboard to experience virtual worlds by just tapping a link, as "WebVR on Chrome now works with Google Cardboard."

If you don't have a Cardboard or Daydream, you can still play them on desktop or on any phone in 2D.

WebVR support on Chrome for desktop headsets like Oculus Rift and HTC VIVE is coming soon.

Developers interested, can also find resources and open source code for help on getting started building in WebVR.

To explore what's possible with WebVR, watch the video below, or head over to this link:

WebVR on Chrome with Google Cardboard
WebVR on Chrome with Google Cardboard

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