Google Daydream offers accessible way to experience smartphone-powered VR

Google Daydream offers accessible way to experience smartphone-powered VR

Google Daydream offers accessible way to experience smartphone-powered VR

Tech giant Google has taken virtual reality (VR) to the next level, making it more accessible through its new Daydream View VR headset.

The $79-priced Daydream VR headset offers an accessible mechanism for experiencing smartphone-powered virtual reality, essentially because the mobile VR experience is largely unfolded with the help of a low-cost accessory used with a smartphone.

With early reviews of Google's new Daydream View VR headset having started to come in, Stephen Hall from 9to5 Google has said that the headset delivers a good VR experience overall. Hall further added that the controller which comes with the headset is a truly game-changing product which makes navigation extremely easy.

Describing the Daydream View VR headset as a "natural evolution" of the original Google Cardboard affordable VR device, Hall said: "Daydream View doesn't have any super-fancy hardware or high-tech features, but that's not what makes this a great VR experience."

Hall further added that one of the most notable aspects of the Daydream VR headset is that offers an "immersive and interactive" VR experience to its users.