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 more social, with new features like shared viewing of YouTube videos and casting VR to a Chromecast-enabled TV.
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The new version, called Daydream Euphrates, focuses on three areas: more tightly integrating VR into Android, improving content discovery, and enabling shared experiences in virtual reality. Read more…
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