Google s Daydream platform is the company s first real, non-cardboard commitment to virtual reality – but there s a big catch.
It turns out that Google s Daydream VR ecosystem is unlikely to be supported by any existing Android smartphone.
Right now, Google is recommending the Nexus 6P – its current flagship handset – for use with the Daydream developer kit, but Bavor s recent comments seem to suggest even that won t make the cut for the final Daydream version.
Daydream is a virtual reality platform developed by Google, first announced at this month s Google I/O conference.
It s a much more fleshed out successor to Google Cardboard, and looks to rival other similar ecosystems like Facebook s Oculus VR.
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Have you bought – or are you planning to buy – a VR headset?