Google has now opened up their WebVR portal to Google Cardboard users, allowing anyone with a phone and a couple dollars the opportunity to try out VR for themselves.
Since February, Google Daydream users have been able to try out different VR apps and experiences through a web browser, without having to download anything. Now, any of the estimated 10 million Google Cardboard owners can try out the latest in VR experiences by simply browsing to an appropriate link.
Additionally, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive support is said to be coming soon. Making fresh VR experiences readily available for both consumers and developers will encourage more creative experiences in VR.
Challenge your friend (or the wall) to a ping-pong duel in VR, or cooperate with your friend in the real world to spot the bot.