Wednesday, April 04, 2018

Mozilla Trumpets Altered Reality Browser

Virtual reality needs its own kind of Web browser because the Web currently is designed for 2D, said Hunter Sappington, a researcher with Parks Associates.

"As solutions like Mozilla's become more widely available, they will open up new possibilities for presenting and consuming 3D information on the Web," he told LinuxInsider.

"Firefox Reality is a way for consumers to better browse the Web in VR, but its existence also serves as a sort of toolkit that may encourage Web developers to innovate in new ways in order to help their website stand out," Sappington pointed out.

Firefox Reality has a number of virtues, noted Mozilla's White.

From the article "Mozilla Trumpets Altered Reality Browser" by John P. Mello, Jr.

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