- At Google I/O today the company chatted a bit about what’s next for Daydream as it preps the next update, codenamed “2.0 Euphrates.”
- The big highlight is that Google will be building a version of Chrome especially for use inside virtual reality.
- Oculus launched a browser for the Gear VR in its most recent big software update, though Daydream’s option seems to take advantage of some of the strengths of Chrome, like bookmarks and history.
- The company has already brought WebVR to mobile and desktop Chrome.
- Google gave some light details on bringing Chrome to augmented reality situations, as well, so that users can bring their outside world into the browser.
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