Google is one company that takes delight in satisfying customers without doubt. Currently Google already has a full team working on a secret version of Android, one that might power the next wave of major gadgets set to take the world by storm.
Practically, Google might soon have a fifth version of Android ready for use on devices, in tallying to the Android software it fashioned for smartphones, smartwatches, TVs and cars.
According to report from specialist who are currently on this Google Android project The Wall Street Journal got it all crystal clear when having an interrogative session with this professionals. Google has “tens of engineers” and other staff working on an Android OS specifically crafted for virtual reality devices. The software gurus seemingly hope to distribute a free version of Android to VR device makers, though it’s not clear when Android powered VR devices will be available to customers.
Google is speciously wearisome and getting itself well prepared for the invasion of VR technology, as multiple companies are already developing such products, including Facebook (which has purchased Oculus VR), Samsung (with Oculus’ help), Microsoft (which has an amazing VR product concept), HTC (which is working with Valve on the Vive) and Sony (whose project Morpheus for the PS4 has just recently been previewed).
It’s not flawless what Google’s Android VR operating structure capacity look like, but considering all the anticipation around VR lately, it only seems logical to see Google interested in providing users a future Android-based VR ecosystem of apps and games that could provide additional advertising revenue.
The Journal says that heading the project are Clay Bavor and Jeremy Doig, with the former having created the Google Cardboard VR viewer, a device made of cardboard that turns any smartphone into a VR headset.