Sep 26 AT 2:53 PM Alex Wagner 0 Comments

You can now use Chrome and Daydream View to browse the web in VR

Google Daydream View colors

Have a Daydream View headset and looking for new things to do with it? How would you like to browse the web with Chrome?

Chrome 61 will now let you view websites in virtual reality. According to Googler François Beaufort, you can try this out by loading Chrome 61 onto your phone and popping the device into your Daydream View headset.

With Chrome, you’ll be able to view and interact with any website in VR. You’ll be able to follow links and jump between pages in 2D and more immersive sites that support WebVR.

Google’s Daydream View headset has been around for about a year now, but VR itself is still in early days and so it’s always good to see more VR content come out. And while using Chrome in VR may not be the way that you’ll want to browse the web every day, it sounds like it could be a fun way to spend some time inside of a Daydream View headset.

Do you have a Daydream View headset?

Source: +FrancoisBeaufort

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