According to the Wall Street Journal, Google has a dedicated team of ten's of engineers for developing a modified version of the Android operating system that can power VR headsets. The software will be just like its siblings, free for all devices. The report has not been acknowledged by Google and the WSJ itself cites unknown sources. The report also claims that the team is being led by Clay Bavor and Jeremy Doig of the Google Cardboard App fame. VR is gaining immense popularity amongst the developers and Google's move can be seen in the wake of Facebook acquiring Occulus Rift in a $2 billion deal. At this year's annual Game Developer's Conference, VR dominated the entire scenario with Valve pushing out a new headset and Sony unveiling more details on its Project Morpheus. With all the big brands jumping in with VR headsets of their own, Samsung's Note 4 VR, LG's VR for G3, HTC+Valve's Re Vive, its high time Google did come out with an Android version to power them all.