Google launches a dedicated home for Chrome WebVR experiences

Today, Google made some WebVR updates to Chrome, adding support for Cardboard while also building a home for all of a online VR web content.

WebVR Experiments is a bit of a storefront for online VR experiences, despite all is giveaway (at a moment) so it’s still more of a find tool. The page is rising with some cold (and bizarre) practice that let we play VR ping-pong, continue a low-pitched deluge and follow around a donut.

WebVR allows users to revisit practice on a web but carrying to download an app, this is good for checking out calm spontaneously. Click a link, cocktail your phone in a headset and get to browsing.

By adding Cardboard support, Google has massively stretched a strech of a WebVR height given that over 10 million Cardboard headsets are out in a wild.

WebVR for Chrome now supports Daydream, Cardboard and 2D perspective on desktop and mobile, so anybody should be means to check out a experiences. The group also gave an refurbish for desktop Chrome support on other headsets like a Rift and Vive, that it pronounced is “coming soon.”