During today’s update announcement for the Chrome web browser, Google has released a feature called WebVR where developers have the chance to create sites meant for the VR world. With Google releasing their Daydream VR platform, the company is dedicated in meshing the two worlds together.
WebVR is supported today in Chrome Beta (M56+), Firefox Nightly, and the Samsung Internet Browser for the Gear VR. If you have the compatible browser platform then you’ll be able to check out the demo (developer version). For those that’d like to check out a current WebVR interactive experience, you can see Bear 71 which displays an intriguing animal documentary.
This will be an interesting starting point for Chrome as the company explores the different avenues for virtual reality and the web co-existing. Google will be building their mobile Daydream VR division around the foundation of the company, which is finding the best answers for your questions on the web.