The company's all-inclusive headset is aimed to compete directly with mobile VR rivals.
While a Daydream-supported wireless VR HMD won't be coming from HTC, there's another in the works. Vive has also revealed the Vive Wave VR development platform.
The company will bring their next VR wave to the Vive Developer Conference.
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Not to be left behind by the rest of the Google product family, the Daydream VR headset was bound for an update of its own.
Select manufacturers will offer Daydream HMDs that do not need to tether to a phone or other device.
Anyone can submit any type of virtual reality app for consideration.
Daydream will soon be able to give mobile users the VR experience they deserve.