This week Google revealed that they will soon be upgrading the Google Chrome browser on Android, revealing that they will be launching support for WebVR for the browser early next year.

It is set to be launched in January 2017 and it will allow users to view virtual reality content on their mobile browser.

The announcement was made by the WebVR Product Manager at Google, Megan Lindsay, who revealed it at the WebVR spec conference this week.

This comes as part of Google’s effort to develop and build a new release for Chrome for Android, which will support the latest WebVR 1.1 specification.

You can check it out today, it is already available in the Firefox Nightly build, in the experimental builds of Chromium, and in the Samsung Internet Browser for Gear VR.

In case you don’t know, WebVR is an experimental JavaScript API that will provide web devices with access to virtual reality devices like Gear VR, or Google Cardboard.

You can read more about it at the source link below.

Source: WebVR

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