Google Makes It Easy to Embed VR into Apps and Sites
Mar 30, 2016, 11:29 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Google today announced VR view, a way for developers to add virtual reality content to mobile apps and web sites. Google believes VR images and video — accessed through Google's Cardboard viewer for phones — can be used to create interactive and enriching experiences within apps. Such content would be engaging for travel or real estate services, for example, allowing people to explore potential destinations or homes. The latest Cardboard SDK makes it possible to embed VR in Android and iOS apps with a few lines of code. Google updated the Cardboard SDK today with the tools needed for VR view, and made the Cardboard SDK available to Apple's iOS platform for the first time.
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