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Now, browse virtual-reality web: VR support added to Google Chrome beta

With web-based VR support, developers can build websites with immersive elements such as games, 360-degree videos, and immersive art

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Google adds web-based VR support in latest Chrome update

After killing its Daydream mobile-based (VR) project, is now preparing its Chrome browser to make it VR-friendly.

The latest beta version of Chrome supports web-based VR, opening avenues for an immersive web experience, Engadget reports.

With web-based VR support, developers can build websites with immersive elements such as games, 360-degree videos, and immersive art. These sites can then be displayed on a smartphone or head-mounted display.

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First Published: Fri, November 01 2019. 23:13 IST
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