When most people think about Google and VR, the first thing that comes to mind is typically Cardboard. Google worked hard to make an inexpensive VR platform that would work on basically any phone, and the popularity of the platform exploded overnight. Cardboard was included in magazines and newspapers for free, and the ability to consume video in VR quickly became something anyone could...
Samsung has been the undisputed champion of the mobile VR world for several years now, but Google's recent efforts with Daydream have created two incredible experiences to choose from. This will help you make that decision!
If you're going to get a Daydream View headset, you might as well go for one that matches your personal sense of style, right? Actually, there are some real reasons to be careful about your Daydream color choice.
Investing in virtual reality can be a big decision; luckily, there are demo stations set up around the world that let you try all the major headsets before you buy. Here are the best experiences to try depending on your tastes.
With dozens of new Android phones from separate manufacturers available to consumers every year, Google's process for deciding which phones can handle Daydream without ruining the experience needs to evolve at an almost constant pace.
Lenovo's Moto Z recently updated to Android 7.0, and with that came two very capable phones added to the list of devices that support Google's new VR efforts. Unfortunately, the original promise that Daydream would run identically everywhere is not happening yet.