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Google’s Mobile VR Platform Daydream Announced, Available in 2016 Autumn

by Camellia   on May-20-16 14:21

Google’s Mobile VR Platform Daydream Announced, Available in 2016 Autumn

At this week’s Google I/O developer conference, Google unveiled its mobile VR platform Daydream. Different from the VR—Cardboard announced two years ago, Daydream is formed by a headset, a controller and a smartphone.

Daydream will support many Google key services in the future, like YouTube, Google Picasa and Google Street View. As for games, well-known game producers like EA and Ubisoft are confirmed to provide games for Daydream.

Meanwhile, with improved VR algorithm, nausea and delay are largely reduced. Daydream is compatible on many Chinese smart device brands including Mi, ZTE, Huawei and ASUS.

Google’s Mobile VR Platform Daydream Announced, Available in 2016 Autumn

Google also disclosed the concept image of Daydream’s headset. It’s pure white from head to toe, and so does the controller which resembles to PS Move and Wii controllers. With the App running on Daydream, users can play game, watch video and matches.

Google’s Mobile VR Platform Daydream Announced, Available in 2016 Autumn

Google’s Mobile VR Platform Daydream Announced, Available in 2016 Autumn

Daydream will come out some time in 2016 autumn. 

Google’s Mobile VR Platform Daydream Announced, Available in 2016 Autumn