“Now, 3D applications such as first-person games can allow users to control their perspective naturally with the mouse, without moving outside the window or bumping into the edge of their screen,” wrote Vincent Scheib, a Google software engineer.
These features aren’t just for your avid gamer, though. The improvements will also help with control in online modeling and visualization as well as first-person programs used for simulations and training. Plus, the latest version of Chrome interacts better with Apple’s improved Retina displays. Google hopes this will specifically benefit the medical and science fields.