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Firefox launched native WebVR Support in Firefox 55

Mozilla has just made an announcement of adding WebVR support in Firefox for Windows. The feature will help desktop VR  users get an ultimate web-based experience with a single click on the browser. With the help of browser, WebVR will take people directly into a VR experience. Firefox has launched a website to help people know more about WebVR and how to use A-Frame to create amazing virtual reality experience. A-Frame is the company empowering the WebVR content creation platform. It was also updated in the Official Firefox Updates calendar that WebVR will be the big platform feature added in Firefox 55. Users with HTC VIVE or Oculus Rift will be able to experience VR content on the web. Talking about other features in Firefox 55, the team has also worked on improving the performance in session restores with a large number of tabs. A new option to enhance browser performance with e10s multi settings has been added. Mozilla has now built more stable 64-bit release for Windows. Read the official documentation of A-Frame and create amazing VR experiences yourself. The video demonstrates the possibilities with WebVR and A-Frame.  
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Firefox launched native WebVR Support in Firefox 55

Geneva Clark
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09th Aug, 2017
Firefox launched native WebVR Support in Firefox 55

Mozilla has just made an announcement of adding WebVR support in Firefox for Windows. The feature will help desktop VR  users get an ultimate web-based experience with a single click on the browser.

With the help of browser, WebVR will take people directly into a VR experience. Firefox has launched a website to help people know more about WebVR and how to use A-Frame to create amazing virtual reality experience. A-Frame is the company empowering the WebVR content creation platform.

It was also updated in the Official Firefox Updates calendar that WebVR will be the big platform feature added in Firefox 55. Users with HTC VIVE or Oculus Rift will be able to experience VR content on the web.

Talking about other features in Firefox 55, the team has also worked on improving the performance in session restores with a large number of tabs. A new option to enhance browser performance with e10s multi settings has been added. Mozilla has now built more stable 64-bit release for Windows.

Read the official documentation of A-Frame and create amazing VR experiences yourself. The video demonstrates the possibilities with WebVR and A-Frame.

 

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Geneva Clark

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Geneva specializes in back-end web development and has always been fascinated by the dynamic part of the web. Talk to her about modern web applications and she and loves to nerd out on all things Ruby on Rails.

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