Chrome now lets you browse all of the web in virtual reality
While flying through space or shooting up zombies might sound like more fun ways to make use of VR, virtual reality tech can also transform the way that we experience the everyday stuff – like watching movies or browsing the web.
As per Google's François Beaufort, the first VR features are now available for you to try in Chrome 61: just load up any webpage in Chrome, slide your mobile into a Daydream View headset, and you're off and running exploring the internet in virtual reality.
Google actually added support for the WebVR technology to Chrome back in February, but this new update lets you surf any site on the web in a VR environment, whether or not it has an…
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