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Mozilla Releases Standalone Firefox Reality Browser for Mobile VR Headsets

Bringing virtual reality to consumers remains a big problem. In the case of Mozilla, the company has an interesting vision in this regard. The new Firefox Reality VR browser is now accessible for Oculus Go and Google Daydream owners. This is a major development which will bring online VR content to the masses in a […]

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A New VR Experience Within the Web

VR’s rate of adoption has seen a slow but steady increase, as prices for high end headsets such as the Vive and Rift continue to fall and newer generations of graphics cards continue to bring the high end VR benchmark to a more economical product skew, hardware accessibility is at an all time high. VR […]

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Mozilla Hub Aims to Make VR More Social Through the Browser

Virtual reality is, for all intents and purposes, not a social technology. Mozilla acknowledges this problem and aims to offer a compromise. As of right now, the company has launched a Hub experiment to offer VR chat rooms to the web. An interesting experiment which may present some positive changes in the long run. Mozilla […]

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Mozilla Showcases a Cross-Platform VR Browser for Standalone Headsets

Making virtual reality more accessible to the public is an ongoing struggle. For a lot of consumers, accessing VR content through their browser makes a lot of sense. Mozilla has taken this feedback to heart and issued an updated version of the Firefox browser. This tool fully supports standalone VR and AR headsets. Mozilla’s Firefox […]

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Mozilla Releases Draft Version of In-browser Mixed Reality API

Mozilla is one of the many companies focusing on mixed reality right now. Bring this new technology to the masses will not be easy. However, the company has a big plan that will benefit mixed reality, as well as Mozilla’s VR and AR ventures. More specifically, the company wants to bring mixed reality to the […]

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Mozilla Firefox 55 Finally Includes WebVR Support

Bringing WebVR to more browsers is always a smart idea. This new standard will enable more people to successfully embrace virtual reality through a known environment. Google certainly feels this technology is certainly the future. Firefox 55, the latest version of this popular browser, now comes with WebVR compatibility. This is a positive development, to […]