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High five! 🙌 +Robbie Tilton talks positive social experiences in VR at Daydream Labs.
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Preview of async/await working in Chrome. 👍 for code that looks sync on the surface but is async under the hood 🔥

Try it in Chrome 54 with experimental JS features turned on in about:flags.
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It's official.. Edge team is implementing ServiceWorker!

In related news, Fetch API is in EdgeHTML 14: bit.ly/1OV2aO0

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Great summary of Jesse Schell's 40 predictions for VR and AR at GDC.
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The Web Bluetooth API is now available on Mac, Android & Chrome OS as an Origin Trial so that any website can use this experimental API in Chrome with no flag.

To use it, you’ll need to request a token for your origin at http://bit.ly/WebBluetoothOriginTrial and insert it in your application. See how at https://github.com/jpchase/OriginTrials/blob/gh-pages/developer-guide.md

Source: https://developers.google.com/web/updates/2015/07/interact-with-ble-devices-on-the-web#available-for-origin-trials
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Did an experiment trying to track lateral movement of a cardboard-style HMD (i.e. estimate the phone's position in space) using the camera stream and barcode markers at known positions.

It went surprisingly well – so well indeed, that I am convinced one could achieve wireless and cheap room-scale VR experiences. Through the browser. WebVR for the win!
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Did an experiment trying to track lateral movement of a cardboard-style HMD (i.e. estimate the phone's position in space) using the camera stream and barcode markers at known positions.

It went surprisingly well – so well indeed, that I am convinced one could achieve wireless and cheap room-scale VR experiences. Through the browser. WebVR for the win!
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Chromium WebVR now support both Oculus and OpenVR devices in the same build.
Chromium WebVR now support both Oculus and OpenVR devices in the same build. No more _oculus/_openvr! https://webvr.info/get-chrome · WebVR Chrome Downloads. Experimental Chrome builds to develop WebVR content against. View on web. 11:07 PM - 18 Apr 2016. 35 Retweets59 Likes. Reply to @Tojiro ...
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During a two week trip to India, I took over 1000 shots, including photos, videos and a few photospheres. A picture is worth one thousand words, but how many pictures is a photosphere worth? We may never know, but I digress. My favorite photosphere was of friends posing inside one of the turrets of the Jaigarh Fort: function DeviceMotionSender(){if(!this.isIOS_()){return}window.addEventListener(
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Vive motion controller data in the browser, through the GamePad API – awesome!
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