Google’s VR platform Daydream is now all set for the gaming developer's attention and taking up Virtual Reality to the next level.
Google has announced its virtual reality toolset with the Google VR SDK 1.0 available to download now.
The tools enable developers to begin creating games for the first phones and headsets that will support Google Daydream, the company’s new VR platform announced earlier this year.
Alike all the products and services of Google, this tools USP is its simplicity and ease of developing interactive mobile VR applications for the DayDream-supported phones and headsets.
"It supports integrated asynchronous reprojection, high fidelity spatialized audio, and interactions using the Daydream controller," says Nathan Martz, Product Manager, Google VR. They have also teamed up with Epic Games and Unity to create native integrations for their respective game engines.
Developers can start developing high-quality Daydream apps with the help of DIY Developer kit.
Interested developers can apply to join the program at: DayDream Access Program.
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