Google Is Adding a VR Shell To Chrome To Let You Browse the Entire Web In VR

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An anonymous reader writes: While it’s possible to create and view specially built virtual reality ‘WebVR’ websites through today’s browsers, traversing the web in VR means taking your VR headset on and off as you come across VR websites and non-VR websites. Google is working to fix this by adding a ‘VR Shell’ to the Chrome browser that will render non-VR websites in a virtual environment, and allow seamless transitioning from them to WebVR sites. Recent developer builds of Chrome on Android reveal both the WebVR API and VR Shell directly integrated into the browser. The company is also working on adding support for headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive on desktop.

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