Your Daydream VR Experiences Can Now Be Shared Seamlessly With Something Called Google Cast
There are several problems associated with Google’s virtual reality platform called Daydream. Firstly, you will have to make sure that your smartphone satisfies the necessary hardware requirements coupled with other additions you will need such as a VR headset. Not only this but another problem that exists is the fact that you cannot share your VR experiences with your close friends and family members until now when Google rolled out the latest update. However, that is all going to change thanks to the latest move.
The Daydream 2.0 Euphrates Update Brings Support for Google Cast – Now Effortlessly Share Your VR Experiences With Your Friends in a Jiffy
The latest Daydream 2.0 Euphrates update includes support for Google Cast. This is how this will work; if you want to share a game or a 360-degree video on your TV or other video devices, all you have to do is pick a source to start your streaming process. When streaming, you will not be able to experience the immersive stereoscopic effect that you normally do in various other situations, but we are sure that you can brush this off easily.
The latest update will also provide support for capturing screenshots or video that you can promptly share on social networks. In short, it is a simple, yet very effective addition to further scale the boundaries of virtual reality.
“The upcoming 2.0 release for all headsets, Daydream Euphrates, has features that make VR more fun and easier to share with others. You’ll be able to capture what you’re seeing, as well as cast your virtual world right onto the screen in your living room. And, soon, you’ll be able to watch YouTube videos in VR with other people and share the experience in the same virtual space.”
What is the first VR experience you intend to share with your friends? Tell us your thoughts down in the comments.