4 Ways Google Is Fixing VR/AR’s Terrible UX (FastCoDesign)
Here they are:
VR will launch instantly (for some): Multiple times, Google reps have reiterated that the standalone version of Daydream headsets will load in seconds.
Your friend will be able to see what you see: A new feature called Cast will let you share what you see inside a headset to a TV and any other monitors–pretty much anything that supports Google’s standard from Chromecast.
Escape the virtual world to see time and notifications: Sometimes, in VR, you find yourself feeling extremely cut off from the commitments in the rest of your life. Even just checking the time can require you to quit a game. Checking your notifications can require you to quit VR altogether.
Browse the VR Web more easily: Google has released a Chrome update to Github that’s optimized to make hopping into WebVR easier, and it will also add WebAR support at the same time, meaning the next Pokémon Go could be a web app.