Daydream VR, Google reopens the platform, allowing anyone to submit an application or experience useful to the program
A couple of months after the measures to reduce the development of Daydream VR, Google reopens the platform, allowing anyone to submit an application or useful experience to the success of the Mountain View giant's mobile VR program. Previously, the company had worked with a select group of partners to build applications intended for the platform in order to involve developers potentially interested in making use of the project, in a sort of invitation to the Daydream VR test. The applications and games of Jaunt, Within, Lucid Sight and others they were among the first to appear in the Play Store, but now Google is ready to share some of the fundamental keys and let developers unleash with Daydream VR. Most of these provisions aim to focus on user comfort, ensuring that they are the ones to direct new development initiatives.
Currently, Google Daydream VR is only available for a few phones, such as the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, but a growing number of headsets is achieving the Google Daydream VR certification which opens up users with the appropriate mobile equipment that can go from high quality to low VR latency.With this news, Google is certain of the invasion of applications that will land on the platform and that will allow users to start numerous tests. Among the direct competitors of Google c Samsung with its Gear VR platform, which does not have a dock of users equal to that of Google Play Store n of the variety of compatible devices of the technology giant. It would not be surprising if Google made new tools available in a fairly short time. Enthusiasts can stay up to date on all the news on Google Daydream Vr by following the official Twitter account of the @googlevr Project