WebVR is an open specification that makes it possible to experience VR in your browser. The goal is to make it easier for everyone to get into VR experiences, no matter what device you have.
there are 2 ways to experience the webVR. with vr headset or without vr headset. but don't forget, webVR is responsive and perfecty works with mobileVR also too. this means, you can experience the webVR with your smart and mobile devices.
if you have a vr headset we tried to explain you to find out which browsers work best for you.
I have vr cardboard: Works best with Chrome on Android devices. You can still experience WebVR content in other browsers on Android and iOS, but it might not be as smooth since those browsers don’t fully support WebVR.
I have samsung gear vr headset: Works with Oculus Browser and Samsung Internet.
I have oculus go: Works with Oculus Browser and Firefox Reality.
I have oculus rift: Works with Firefox and Supermedium on Windows.
I have daydream: Works with Chrome and Firefox Reality on Daydream-ready Android devices.
I have viveport: Works with Firefox Reality.
I have htc vive: Works with Firefox, Servo, and Supermedium on Windows.On macOS, you can use Firefox Nightly.
I have windows mixed reality headsets: WebVR v1.1 is supported by Microsoft Edge on Windows.Firefox and Supermedium are also supported with SteamVR.
I have playstation vr: too bad for you guys, playstation vr does not currently support WebVR, unfortunately.
you can just use your computer or phone without a headset. You won’t be able to see in 3D or interact as fully in most VR worlds, but you can still look around in 360 degrees.
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