Firefox becomes first browser to support WebVR

Yesterday Firefox announced in a blog post that the desktop-based browser has launched the feature to support WebVR for all Windows users.

WebVR allows developers and artists to create web-based VR experiences that can be accessed through Firefox.

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Easy accessibility seems to be the key point highlighted in the blog. “Once you find a web game or app that supports VR, you can experience it with your headset just by clicking the VR goggles icon visible on the web page. You can navigate and control VR experiences with handset controllers and your movements in physical space.”

In addition to the announcement, the WebVR application A-Frame was created by the Mozilla VR team and is a web framework for building virtual reality experiences with HTML that can work on the Vive, Rift, Daydream, GearVR, and desktop.

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