A fast and secure browser for standalone virtual-reality and augmented-reality headsets.
Explore the immersive web with Firefox Reality. Now available for Viveport, Oculus, and Daydream - The Mozilla BlogEarlier this year, we shared that we are building a completely new browser called Firefox Reality. The mixed reality team at Mozilla set out to build a web browser that has been designed from the ground up to work on stand-alone virtual and augmented reality (or mixed reality) headsets.
Mozilla launches Firefox Reality VR web browserMozilla has released the first version of its VR web browser, Firefox Reality. Version 1.0 is available now for Oculus and Google Daydream, and the company says version 1.1 is just around the corner.
Mozilla rolls out Firefox Reality, its browser for VR headsetsMozilla released on Tuesday Firefox Reality 1.0, the first version of its web browser geared for three virtual-reality headsets, the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Google Daydream. The new browser uses voice control to sidestep the difficulty of typing while wearing a device that replaces your view of the real world, including your keyboard, with immersive computer-generated scenery.
Mozilla's new Firefox Reality browser brings the web to your VR headsetMozilla has launched Firefox Reality, a web browser custom built for use with VR headsets. Version 1.0 is now available for free in Viveport, Oculus, and Daydream app stores. The goal with this project, which the organization has been working on for years, is to make it easy to enjoy 2D and immersive content on the web as easily as possible.
Mozilla's Firefox Reality web browser is now availableMozilla's vision of a VR-first web browser is ready for consumers to download and judge. Firefox Reality is a browser built entirely for virtual reality. While you may have read about desktop Firefox or Chrome adding WebVR support, Firefox Reality is a web browser that you actually use entire...
Mozilla Releases Firefox Reality VR Browser for Oculus Go, Daydream HeadsetsFirefox browser maker Mozilla is making the jump to virtual reality (VR) headsets: The non-profit released a new browser dubbed Firefox Reality for Oculus Go, Google Daydream and other mobile VR headsets Tuesday. Users of the browser will be able to access both traditional websites as well as web-based virtual reality experiences.
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