We Could See an Unveiling of AndroidVR at Google I/O | VR Life

We Could See an Unveiling of AndroidVR at Google I/O

Google Cardboard has been available for a few years now, and has been Google’s method for getting end users into virtual reality without putting in a huge amount of money. You can ordinarily get Cardboard for around $20 or even less price than and it works with pretty much every Android Smartphone manufactured and used out there. Over the previous year, a lot have been heard and seen through declarations by Google, that the company is quitting and all non-business things about Virtual Reality and are getting pretty serious about VR. As are numerous different companies like Samsung, LG, and HTC to give some examples. Presently, it would appear that something seems to be new coming in one week from now at Google I/O.

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Inside Unreal Engine 4.12 Preview 3, there is a change saying or pointing out “AndroidVR”. The sneak peek talks about “UE-30404 need to integrate engine changes in support of AndroidVR plugin to 4.12”. It is hard to tell what precisely AndroidVR could be simplify looking at it. This could be an absolutely new stage or platform for virtual reality. Then again, it could simply be a module for Cardboard to permit end users to play virtual reality games in Cardboard. Despite the fact that the changelog does not say or make mention of Google Cardboard, it is probable that’s not the situation. It is additionally significant, this is the first time that AndroidVR has been said in the Unreal Engine sneak peeks, and it is not identified with GearVR by any length and breadth of the imagination.



It is uncertain of what AndroidVR could truly mean. Be that as it may, it might probably be disclose in one week from now. Google I/O 2016 is happening in one week from now in Mountain View; CA. Google is required to discuss Android, Virtual Reality, Chrome, Project Tango and so much more. Be that as it may it will be fun guessing what Google and maybe the Android group have making with AndroidVR. Who knows, it could really be a top of the line virtual reality viewer like the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, with Google keeping Cardboard around to be a lower-end and less expensive method of having a VR content experience.

Virtual reality gives an impression of being the next huge thing, as that is the place the vast majority of the smart phone producers are swinging and moving to nowadays. LG, Samsung and HTC have their own particular virtual reality viewers, in spite of the fact that they are all valued at various value points. Furthermore, hence, offer many and different ways of the user experiencing it. Google I/O commences on the 18th of May.

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