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Googles Daydream

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Author:Jon Mundy

Google's vision for the future of VR will soon arrive. At Google I/O back in May, the company unveiled an intriguing new VR project called Daydream, and it’s quite unlike anything we’ve seen elsewhere. But what's it all about? Here we take a closer look.