You can see a short promo video below. Want proof? How about a web browser that works with VR headsets? Among several other things, you can browse 2D and 3D internet without moving your mouse, search things, and even more. Since virtual reality is a technology that is becoming popular, many companies are adapting their products to make it easier to connect to it. Mozilla, the developer of the popular Firefox browser, is the most recent of these, and its announcement today opens up new ways for users of VR Oculus, Daydream and Viveport eyewear to interact on the web. It is also optimized to run on the newest standalone mobile headsets such as Oculus Go and Lenovo Mirage Solo. The free new app is a browser focussed upon the VR, AR and MR experience, and fitting web browsing and interactivity into this space in an intuitive and fluid way.
Another of the key sections of the development is in its vocation to show us new experiences of virtual reality.
This is just version 1.0 of the browser; Mozilla said that version 1.1 is "right around the corner". Applications in this way are obvious, especially in the field of virtual reality. We have an always-growing list of ideas and features that we are working to add to make this the best browser for mixed reality. Supposedly, the latest desktop browser from Firefox supports WebVR content through Vive, Rift and Windows VR headsets, while the dedicated Firefox Reality browser is still not available for PC headsets.
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Firefox Reality lets you use your voice to search so you don't have to type with an awkward handheld pointer.
"We had to rethink everything, including navigation, text-input, environments, search and more", Mozilla's Andre Vrignaud writes in a post on the Mozilla blog. We asked questions like: "What is missing?" Mozilla says it is working with content creators to bolster this lineup with games, videos, and new environments that will be added to the home screen over time.
Virtual reality is catching up with millions of people all over the world, and the possibility of having more industries throw their hearts into the ring is very high.