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Chrome Wakes Up Daydream Users

Posted on August 1, 2018

First astounding tech newbies with the ultra-accessible entry into the Virtual Reality peripheral market, Google Cardboard, an easily shipped, assemble-at-home cardboard VR headset before following that game-changer with another, Google Daydream, a more advanced, dedicated smartphone-based VR viewer that’s reportedly quite comfortable strapped to the ol’ noodle, Google has just announced another leap into virtual experience.

Chrome, Google’s enormously popular multi-platform web browser has just added VR to its capabilities. More specifically, Chrome can thrust 3D renderings of the World Wide Web right in front of your face. Available now from the Google Play store, this latest VR-ready version of Chrome is the full package, offering features desktop users have come to rely upon: voice recognition, cross-platform syncing, and Incognito mode.

Chrome now available on Daydream VR Headsets
Google Chrome Browser Now Available On Daydream VR Headsets

Upgrades and add-ons to this version of Chrome are in the pipeline, including something called “cinema mode” that, if my hunch is right, may provide users with more immersive video viewing. Gee, I wonder what kind of sites and apps and VR experiences will benefit from such a feature. And, oh boy, I guess it can be paired with everyone’s favorite shame-concealer, Incognito mode, for seriously salacious (yet utterly private) online perversity.

Porn viewers eager to continue improving their VR experience should note that Daydream, different editions of which retail between $59.95 to $139.00, when coupled with Chrome, allows smooth perusal of virtually any adult website or content source you can imagine… in VR! Feel like checking out the 2D amateurs posting nude selfies on Reddit? Have at it! Prefer to immerse yourself in pristine 3D environments filled with naked, writhing, female bodies? You’ve got options!

One word of warning, though: with high-quality VR being as sensually effecting as it is, you might want to keep your browsing on the SFW side of the spectrum until you’re most definitely alone behind a locked door. It’ll be hard to convince your roommate that your zipper’s popped and you’re rock hard over the latest political brouhaha or celebrity death/marriage/divorce notice.

Whether you’re a VR newbie or a serious expert, Chrome’s virtual browsing environment is expanding our use of virtual environments. Where are you most excited to go with Chrome and (perhaps more importantly) who are you most excited to “meet”?

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