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Entries in Google Daydream (9)

Sunday
May072017

Ubisoft introduces ‘Hungry Shark VR’ for Daydream

Deathly afraid of sharks? Or curious to see how these sea predators live? You can step into the life of a shark with this new Ubisoft game for Google’s Daydream platform. Called Hungry Shark, you play, well, a shark that goes up against human divers and jellyfish. There are different mission types including eating as much prey as you can, racing, or rescuing other sharks. And since it’s in virtual reality, you get a 360-degree look of the ocean setting, giving you so much room to swim around. The game costs US$4.99 and, of course, needs a Daydream headset to work.

Source: Android Police

Saturday
Apr082017

Google Daydream app adds functionalities in new update

A new update is rolling out for Google Daydream app users to make your lives a bit easier. The app can now show the battery level of the controller. All you need to do is look at the remote on your Daydream home screen, in the Play Store in VR, or in quick settings. Aside from that, you can also now receive notifications in VR. You can also activate this in the quick settings menu. Google is now also offering a chance to subscribe to the “Daydream newsletter: in the regular settings so you can get the latest news about Daydream. The update also includes some performance and reliability upgrades.

Source: Android Authority

Friday
Mar172017

 ‘Eclipse’ makes the leap from PSVR game to Daydream exclusive

It seems Google has managed quite a steal with an indie game. Eclipse, which started out as a Sony PlayStation VR game, seems to have gotten a new life on Google’s Daydream platform. A new trailer from its developer White Elk Studios has the full title of the game and the “Only on Daydream” banner included.

Eclipse: Edge of Light is set on a sentient planet where you crash land on. You’ll come across an artifact that will let you interact with the ancient technology and elements found there so you can gain powers and discover the secrets of said planet. Unfortunately, there isn’t a release date for the game just yet.

Source: UploadVR

Friday
Feb102017

Chrome update brings support for VR on Android and PC

Virtual reality content is usually accessed through VR-specific apps. But Google has updated its Chrome web browser on the PC and Android to bring VR experiences right from the browser. It now supports WebVR developer tools, meaning you can select a WebVR experience and navigate that either with a finger on your phone or mouse on a desktop or put the phone into a Daydream View to get a more immersive experience. This means, developers and creators can have VR experiences on their sites without the need of a native VR app. It isn’t just for hosting 360-degree videos either but it adds support for Daydream headset and controller, too.

Some of the early partners Google has for this new feature include PlayCanvas, SketchFab, and Matterport. There’s also Bear 71 VR, which is a VR documentary focused on a female Grizzly Bear who roams in Banff National Park in Canada. For mobile VR, it’s currently limited to Daydream but Google is working on bringing this experience to more headsets soon, including its own Cardboard platform.

Source: TechCrunch + Android Authority