Google's primary VR focus for the foreseeable future is on VR apps and games, the firm has told CNET.
Although the firm is working on new prototypes, the company says its main VR projects for the time being remains its standalone VR headset with Lenovo, and its phone-based Daydream View headset.
The firm was asked about its VR plans due to a spate of new VR headsets coming to market, including the Oculus Quest and Valve's Index, alongside other new devices from the likes of Vive and HP.
"On the VR front, our focus right now is much more on services and the bright spots where we see VR being really useful," Google's VP of Augmented and Virtual Reality Clay Bavor told CNET, ahead of the firm's 2019 I/O developer conference.
"Tilt Brush we announced is coming to Oculus Quest, which we're excited about. YouTube VR has more than a million VR videos on it, the largest repository of VR media, Owlchemy, which we own, makes Job Simulator and Vacation Simulator: VR gaming is promising."