Four Kitchens engineers developed a Virtual Reality (VR) experience that can be viewed with a web browser on a smartphone, otherwise known as WebVR. These experiences can be accessed by anyone with a smartphone, internet access and a headset like a Google Cardboard or a Google Daydream. During the fall of 2017, Four Kitchens user experience strategists conducted a usability study on two different versions of a WebVR experience.

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Four Kitchens engineers developed a Virtual Reality (VR) experience that can be viewed with a web browser on a smartphone, otherwise known as WebVR. These experiences can be accessed by anyone with a smartphone, internet access and a headset like a Google Cardboard or a Google Daydream. During the fall of 2017, Four Kitchens user experience strategists conducted a usability study on two different versions of a WebVR experience.

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