I've embedded a sample VR View of the coral reefs just above this text. You'll need to be using the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox, Safari all for desktop, iOS 8 and above, or KitKat 4.4 and above for mobile.
The desktop viewer is a simple image viewer which can go fullscreen and allows the users to click and drag around a VR image just like you would click and drag with Google Maps’ Street View. Google is also announcing its first native Cardboard SDK for iOS.
Google providing these source codes for developers is a step toward a larger adoption of VR viewers and VR-enabled content embedded within webpages and incorporated into more iOS and Android apps.
Yes they are just finishing their embezeled copy of samsung design, their innovative ( not.) copy of their copy should be out soon.
If you are seeking a solution similar to VR View for Web but is more streamlined, user-friendly, and compatible all major platforms, you should check out VR Optimal. Work with 360° video. Very neat.
How about Apple's VR headset? I want it so bad...