Google makes virtual reality accessible

Techno 30 January, 2017

With its virtual reality, Google plans to make its DayDream accessible from 2017 for developers.
While virtual reality is already well installed among several manufacturers like with HTC Vive or Sony, Google finally decided to make its technology accessible. The latter agreed to open its virtual reality helmet, DayDream, developers . A way for them to access a new machine that can offer new possibilities to this technology that is gaining ground over the months. And for proof: last Christmas, pornographic searches related to virtual reality have exploded at Google . These figures would have pushed the firm to put the turbo in the area of ​​virtual reality … we will never know!
But one thing is certain: Google (which can not prevent porn videos on YouTube) does not count pass up an opportunity to conquer a new technology market. The firm has made it a point of honor in recent years to look at the most lucrative sectors and invest money to offer more and more new products. You are developers and want to create content in virtual reality ? Nothing is easier since you have to go to this address to benefit from the program. The limits imposed by development are not very limited and will enable the most gifted to help in the conception of the virtual reality of tomorrow. At meltyStyle, we look forward to seeing future results! What do you think ?