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VR Web Browser ‘Supermedium’ No Longer in Active Development

Supermedium, the team behind the native virtual reality browser that lets you interact with web-based VR content, says its namesake project is no longer...

‘Firefox Reality’ VR Web Browser Comes to Oculus Quest

Mozilla has finally brought its made-for-VR web browser, Firefox Reality, to Oculus Quest. In September of last year, the company initially released Firefox Reality on Oculus Go,...

Mozilla Announces ‘Firefox Reality’ AR Web Browser for Hololens 2

Today at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain Mozilla announced a collaboration with Microsoft to bring the Firefox Reality web browser to the recently...

Mozilla’s ‘Hubs’ Gets More Useful With Instant Media and 3D Model Imports

Mozilla's Hubs is a WebVR based VR chatroom that anyone can join on a wide range of devices just by plugging a URL into their...

Oculus Replaces ‘React VR’ Framework With Rebranded ‘React 360’

At Facebook's F8 developer conference, Oculus today announced it's both overhauling and rebranding React VR, the company's open-source JavaScript library that lets developers create cross-platform WebVR...

Mozilla’s ‘Hubs’ is the One-click VR Meeting Space I’ve Been Waiting For

As part of Mozilla's ongoing efforts to make VR a first-class citizen on the web, the company today announced Hubs, a WebVR-based social experience which...

Google Brings WebVR to Chrome, All Major PC VR Headsets Supported

Google recently pushed out Chrome 66, the latest update to the company's web browser. Unbeknownst to the VR community, Google also quietly included WebVR...

Updates on the Decentralized Metaverse: WebXR, A-Frame, & ‘Supermedium’

I visited Mozilla's offices last October to chat with A-Frame co-creator & co-maintainer Diego Marcos about the current state of WebVR. Marcos has since...

Mozilla Announces Open Source AR/VR Web Browser ‘Firefox Reality’

Mozilla, the non-profit company behind Firefox web browser, today announced a new cross-platform, open sourced web browser called Firefox Reality, something Mozilla says was built from the...

Former Mozilla WebVR Pioneers Launch ‘Supermedium’ VR Browser

Supporting HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, Supermedium is a new, fully VR browser from the creators of VR web framework ‘A-Frame’ and part of...

Mozilla Launches iOS App to Experiment With WebAR

The Mozilla Foundation, the non-profit organization behind Mozilla Firefox web browser, just made their experimental WebXR Viewer app available for download on iOS devices,...

Opera Browser Adds 360 Video Player for VR Headsets, Plans Full WebVR Support

For OpenVR-compatible headsets like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, watching streaming 360 video from from your browser is now as simple as clicking a button and...
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Google & Song Exploder Create ‘Inside Music’ VR App to Help You Better Appreciate...

Song Exploder, the popular music podcast that lets musicians explain every part of their songs, has gotten some help from Google to create a...

‘Dance Tonite’ is an Excellent (and groovy) Showcase of WebVR’s Potential

Amsterdam-based interactive designer Jonathan Puckey and Studio Moniker’s collaboration with Google's Data Arts Team has produced a compelling experience called Dance Tonite, which runs...

3 Impressive WebVR Examples Worth Checking Out With Firefox’s New Support for Vive and...

Now that the latest release of Firefox supports WebVR on the Vive and Rift by default, you may be wondering what you can do...
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