Watch Google I/O in 360 Degrees

    Google are set to hold their annual press conference, Google I/O 2016, today in Mountain View, California. For those who can’t attend in person the company has made special arrangements to be allow viewers to be a part of the experience, with a 360 degree livestream of the keynote.

    Google I/O 2016 is set to be important for virtual reality (VR), with the expectation currently being that the company will reveal the next evolution of their Google Cardboard head-mounted displays (HMDs) at the event. Whatever is set to be revealed will likely be in this keynote presentation, which is viewable via the 360 degree YouTube video below. The video can be watched via a browser or existing Google Cardboard HMDs.

    With the keynote set to begin at 10am PST, it’s time to sit back and take onboard whatever Google has in store for us at Google I/O 2016. Of course, you can be sure that VRFocus will keep you updated with all the latest breaking news from the event.

    Update: The keynote is also available in a more traditional format, which you can find below.

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