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Claude Zellweger will most likely be part of the design team of the Daydream View VR headset. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach

WebVR is a popular way for users to try out basic browser-based virtual reality apps and now, there’s an easier way to find demos. Google has launched WebVR Experiments, a showcase for WebVR-based demos from developers.

In a blog post announcing the showcase page, Google said they wanted a place to highlight these demos to “make it easier for more people to experience VR, and inspire more developers to create new VR worlds on the web.”

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Right now, all the demos on the Experiments showcase are free to use and developers can also access the code for each one via Github. The site currently hosts 12 demos that include VR ping-pong, basic games, 360-video applications and an interactive version of the song Under Neon Lights by the musical artists Chemical Brothers and St. Vincent.

You can view these by simply pairing a smartphone using Chrome to a mobile VR headset like Google Daydream or Cardboard. Interested developers can also submit their own demos through Google’s submissions page.

With its relatively low processing overhead, WebVR support has been increasingly commonplace for VR and web browsers. Google added compatibility for WebVR to Chrome earlier this year and experimental browsers on the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift also support the web standard.

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The move is also in line with Google’s current approach to VR tech. While Google has kept a relatively low profile with product launches like the Google Daydream, the company is still keeping a foot in the VR waters with regular staff hires and releases like Tilt Brush.