How to Make Money with a Google Daydream VR App

The official launch of Google Daydream is imminent. And with such a game changing platform nearing ever closer to being made available on such a grand scale, many developers will now be asking themselves “how can I start making money with Daydream VR Apps?

5 Things to Consider Before Hiring a Daydream VR Developer

Google Daydream could be the future of Virtual Reality. And it’s set to launch very, very soon. Arriving in November 2016, it promises to unlock a world of simple, accessible, and high quality VR. This will be achieved through the Daydream platform, Daydream-ready smartphones such as the Pixel, and specialist hardware such as the Daydream View headset.

How to Make a VR Game for Google Daydream

Virtual reality platforms pose a new challenge for game developers, but they are also an amazing opportunity to deliver new and exciting experiences to players. When compared to high-end desktop offerings such as the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, mobile VR platforms for Android might seem a little lackluster, but Google’s Daydream platform was made with the goal of providing accessible, high-quality and comfortable mobile VR.

A Brief Guide to VR Motion Tracking Technology

Entering a virtual environment without using motion tracking technology really doesn’t bear thinking about. You see, motion tracking, which is the digitizing of movement so as to be used by computers, is vitally important for creating a top quality Virtual Reality experience.

8 Cutting Edge Virtual Reality Job Opportunities

It’s now a well-known fact that Virtual Reality is the technology of the future. With bright prospects, and estimated industry finance revenue growths projected to touch the right side of $120 billion in the next 4 years, it’s safe to say that VR is a good bet. Not just from an investment point of view, though, that certainly will pay off.

Why is Google Daydream the Beginning of Mass Market VR?

Although it was just announced a short time ago at the 2016 Made by Google event, the new Daydream VR platform is already making big waves in the tech industry. The Daydream View head-mounted display, along with the Pixel phones that fit it, represent a radical shift in design philosophy for Google.

Virtual Reality in Social Media: Introducing Next Level Networking

The $2bn Facebook paid for Oculus in 2014 certainly raised a few eyebrows at the time. Many wondered why the world’s biggest and most popular social network wanted to own a virtual reality company that specialized in single-user experiences - the antithesis of social media, which is fundamentally about sharing experiences with others.

How to Make a VR App for Google Daydream

Even though Google’s Cardboard has been around for 2 years, it didn’t really take off as a huge virtual reality platform, mainly due to its simplicity. It is capable of turning any phone into a basic VR viewer and is very affordable. But it lacks more advanced features, such as good control methods for apps and games.

Our Incredible Augmented Reality Future is Here

As we enter the third quarter of 2016, the future of augmented reality has become very clear, and very bright. AR is a fast-growing field, with perhaps even more potential financial prospects than VR, although there is still some debate on the issue. Conflating this is the continued insistence by the press on confusing the two terms.