Google’s Daydream View is launching today and the tech giant is ready with several VR apps. This isn’t the first time the company is venturing into virtual reality but it’s going full force in adding useful apps like this Youtube VR and Google Arts & Culture VR. The two are now live on the Play Store and ready to be downloaded as soon as the Daydream View is released in the market.
The Youtube VR app lets you enjoy YouTube in virtual reality. All channels and videos can be experienced in VR with this special app as if you’re right then and there. Youtube in the 3D world can be explored from the Daydream View, letting consumers to enjoy YouTube in a different way.
Videos in 3D VR setting can be exciting to watch because you’ll feel like you’re there as made possible by the 3D 360 videos. You’ll be in the center of action as you experience the 360-degree videos, hear spatial audio, and just view everything in a bigger virtual screen. Like any Youtube video, you are free to browse and view content on the Youtube VR app.
Download YouTube VR from the Google Play Store
Google Arts & Culture VR
For the more “cultured” ones or even just those who want to learn more and be educated, the Google Arts & Culture VR app lets you view artworks from around the world. These are curated by experts and with the app running on the Daydream View device, you can zoom in to see the extraordinary details. Audio guides are also immersive, letting you have more “realistic” experiences even when you’re just inside your room.
Download Google Arts & Culture VR from the Google Play Store